Insight into becoming all that we can be-and moreTom Sullivans New York Times bestselling autobiography If You Could See What I Hear (made into a major motion picture) introduced the world to a remarkable man who has been a highly successful singer, composer, actor, author, and athlete, even though he has been blind since birth. Now he returns with an inspiring book based on the life lessons he has learned. Sullivan believes that the ideal moments to become our best selves are at turning points in our lives.
Seeing Lessons is about learning to recognize these special moments and using them to reinvent ourselves. His inspiring self-improvement program provides a blueprint for self-actualization, encouraging us to embrace the three key values (pride, people, and purpose), plug into our own uniqueness, turn our disadvantages into advantages, and live with passion.The book is filled with moving, dramatic stories and anecdotes, as well as plenty of hard-won advice.Tom Sullivan (Palos Verdes, CA), is the author of eight books.
He was a special correspondent for Good Morning America and has been seen in numerous television series and films. A highly successful motivational speaker and consultant, he was recently a guest on Oprah, discussing how we can overcome adversity.