Las Vegas (PRWEB) July 21, 2014
Leading a truly fulfilling life, author Robert Joseph DiMaggio shares his motivational story to the rest of the world in his new publication, “Another Famous DiMaggio.” In this book, he tells about his fondest dream to follow the footsteps of his famous cousin, Joe DiMaggio, his adventures and the meaningful journey he lived with the love of his life, Francine.
For Robert, life is too short. Time is of the essence. If one finds no motivation in his career endeavors, perhaps he should consider change. Thinking positive and accepting beneficial criticism can point one toward their goal. It is important to find motivation in the career endeavors that one is undertaking, to be objective, and to always think positively. One should also consider mistakes as a learning tool. Everybody makes them—no one is perfect. People must accept criticism in their careers because they infallibly learn from their mistakes and they can benefit from them.
In this memoir, the author wishes to impart the value of family, peace on earth and improving the world. It shows what is most important in life. The values and philosophies that one lives by should include words of wisdom and old-fashioned remedies that work which are based on caring, giving and sharing. Always spend more time with your family, loved ones and friends, enjoy the good times, and most importantly, therefore and foremost, always remember those great, happy days, and those special memorable moments, because they don’t last forever, and these are the most important times and things in your life. In his book, he also makes many recommendations on how to improve the economy people live in, additional comments on other matters of importance, and some “Words of Wisdom” for the present and future politicians of “how to be the best and do it right”; all this and much more are discussed in detail and summarized under Chapter 27, entitled “The Economy Outlook”.
“Another Famous DiMaggio” is more than an autobiography. This is an inspiring life story of a man that will change the readers’ view about life and motivate them to discover their own purpose in this world.
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About the Author
Robert Joseph DiMaggio wants to write his autobiography while he is still lucid. Born on August 15, 1939 in New London, Connecticut, DiMaggio led a terrific life. He had the best parents, a great brother and sister. He also married the girl of his dreams, Francine. He was involved in the music business for over 60 years and during that time, he was also a professional accountant. He has always focused more on ‘My Message in the Music’ project, entitled “A Special Tribute to America,” including the three special songs he wrote “Peace on Earth”, “Our Missing Children” and “So Please Give With Me”. Also, refer to Mr. DiMaggio’s heartfelt ”Thank You and 3 wishes” displayed at the beginning of his book. All his music projects and the video project were (100%) for charitable organizations. He entertained many veterans and also performed at many children’s hospitals, playing the accordion and singing. It was his fondest wish to be a professional baseball player and follow the footsteps of his cousin Joe DiMaggio. He has two daughters Lisa and Gina, five grandchildren Jason, Jennifer, Amanda, Shaun and a great granddaughter, Jade Marie Church, born on the 4th of July, 2014, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jason Church.
Another Famous DiMaggio * by Robert Joseph DiMaggio
Publication Date: 7/8/2014
Trade Paperback; $18.99; 546 pages; 978-1-4931-5894-2
Trade Hardback; $26.99; 546 pages; 978-1-4931-5895-9
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