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JohnA Passaro

I always knew that I would write, I just had no idea how personal my first book, "6 Minutes Wrestling with Life", would be to me.

I love to inspire, motivate and show a different approach to dealing with or solving life's problems through my writing.

As a former athlete and current coach, I believe that in sports there are valuable life lessons that can have a tremendous impact on a young athletes life.

I pull these life lessons out from my own experiences in sport.

Hopefully I have touched you through my writing and have stirred your emotions enough to live life more fully.

Red Thread

There is a ancient Chinese myth about the red thread of fate. It says the gods have tied a red thread around every one of our ankles. And attached it to all the people whose lives we are destined to touch. This thread may stretch, or tangle but […]

Ordinary People

We are all ordinary people, But even an ordinary secretary, Or a housewife, Or a teenager, Can within their own small ways Turn on a small light – in a dark room. Miep Gies The woman who helped hide Anne Frank and her family. Home     Contact […]

Free Fall

Free Fall If you have one hour of air and many hours to go – You must breath slowly. If you have one arms length and many things to care for – You must give freely. If you have many doubts and one chance to know God – […]

Acts of Greatness

All acts of greatness began from the same consideration: Do not be constrained by your present reality. Leonardo Da Vinci Home     Contact    Paperbacks   Ebooks   Audiobooks   Shorts Subscribe to this blog and get a FREE GIFT         Related Posts:   QUOTES

From This Moment On

From this moment on, Every voice that told you that you can’t – is silenced. Every reason that tells you things will never change – disappears. Erin Gruewell Freedom Writers Home     Contact    Paperbacks   Ebooks   Audiobooks   Shorts Subscribe to this blog and get […]


If only it were possible for us to see farther than our knowledge reaches, And even a little past than the far reaches of our foresight, Perhaps we would endure our sorrows with greater trust than our joys. Rainer Marie Rilke Letters To A Young Poet Home   […]


There. Sometimes you get “There” unimpeded by following your vision, this is rare. Often you get “there” by correcting a series of mistakes, each of which taken by themselves would have taken you further off course but somehow, taken in their entirety, directed you back on course. Getting […]

Invisible Power

There are resources you can access that cannot be seen, and they are far greater and more powerful than the resources you might readily observe. Absence of evidence is not evidence of their absence. Price Pritchard You2 Home     Contact    Paperbacks   Ebooks   Audiobooks   […]


It matters not how far you go. The further commonly the worse. What matters is how alive you are. Henry David Thoreau Home     Contact    Paperbacks   Ebooks   Audiobooks   Shorts Subscribe to this blog and get a FREE GIFT         Related Posts:  […]