We are given a certain amount of time on this earth and we need to make the best of it.
Anaheim, CA (PRWEB) May 17, 2012
Having nine lives may be a cat tale, but after surviving six close calls, Dr. Daniel Heer has more than luck on his side.
In his new book, “Make a Good Day” (published by AuthorHouse), Heer reflects on how surviving electrocution, near drowning and a runaway car, to only name a few, taught him lessons on how to live. According to Heer, these experiences motivated him to write the book, which focuses on how small, short-term changes can significantly change life down the road.
“I want my readers to realize that they need to solve problems and stop making excuses,” Heer says. “We are given a certain amount of time on this earth and we need to make the best of it.”
“I know it sounds weird at first, but flossing with toothpaste is actually the tip to lifelong healthy teeth,” says Heer, a practicing dentist for over 35 years. “Every tip in this book leads back to one self-actualizing truth--people can change. You’re your own boss so make your own good day.”
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“Make a Good Day”
By Dr. Daniel Heer
Hard cover, retail price: $21.95
Soft cover, retail price: $12.49
Amazon e-book price: $9.95
About the author
Dr. Heer served in the USAF as a weapons mechanic for four years. After leaving the air force, he taught high school biology for five years before going to dentistry school. Now in his early 70’s, he has been practicing dentistry for over 35 years. When he isn’t working or writing, Dr. Heer enjoys bird hunting, welding and tennis, among other things. He and his wife Sandra have four children and six grandchildren and currently reside in Mission Viejo, California.
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