It's Time to Rediscover America.
Our nation is deteriorating. Slowly but surely the virtues and
values we once celebrated-responsibility, resilience, dignity,
respect-have been abandoned. Our work ethic has been replaced by an
entitlement ethic. And as we lose the cultural traits that brought
us to our leadership position, America's standing in the world will
surely fall as well.
But there "is" good news, say David and Andrea Reiser. By
rediscovering the qualities that made America great, we can start
to turn things around. We can teach our young people-not to mention
ourselves, our employees, and our fellow Americans of all ages-what
"truly" leads to success, prosperity, and fulfillment.
That's what "Letters from Home" is about. Written in the form of
letters to the authors' four sons, it explores fifteen basic
American virtues that built our country and that foster individual
success. Each chapter includes profiles of exceptional "real
people"-the authors' wealth management clients, friends, and
neighbors-who truly walk the talk. A few examples of what the book
teaches: Work hard. Go above and beyond in all that you do.Be
resilient and learn from adversity.Seize opportunity when it comes
(and it comes every day).Follow your moral compass faithfully and
consistently.When you fall, take responsibility for getting back
up.Save prudently and spend thoughtfully.Practice gratitude. Know
that you're blessed.
Part cultural treatise and part kick-in-the-pants, "Letters from
Home" is a moving reminder that we live in a land of freedom and
opportunity. It should inspire us all-parents, influential leaders,
and ordinary citizens alike-to do everything in our power to honor
and perpetuate that legacy.
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