Got to Live

^ Read ^ Got to Live by Jay Danek ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB. Got to Live Got to Live is a must read! I have never been compelled to write a review for a book before until I read Jays story, Got to Live. This book made me think about what truly matters. In the book Jay blames himself after the unexpected loss of his father in 2008. Instead of letting depression dictate his life, he chooses to defeat it. As you flip through the pages of Jays story you experience right along with him the many highs and lows he encounters as he dedicates the positive transformation of hi

Got to Live

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Rating : 4.32 (964 Votes)
Asin : 1489587608
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 224 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-05-14
Language : English

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Jay Danek holds a Bachelor's Degree from Michigan State University in Crop and Soil Sciences. . Jay writes and publishes articles for mcdowellmountainman and trailrunningclub. He currently works as the General Manager of West Coast Turf

Got to Live is a must read! I have never been compelled to write a review for a book before until I read Jays story, Got to Live. This book made me think about what truly matters. In the book Jay blames himself after the unexpected loss of his father in 2008. Instead of letting depression dictate his life, he chooses to defeat it. As you flip through the pages of Jays story you experience right along with him the many highs and lows he encounters as he dedicates the positive transformation of his life to the memory of his father, T. The sense of humor Jay displays throughout . "An honest biography" according to Jill. Re-born through his new passion for running, Jay teaches us all how to "live" when tragedy hits close to home. Living does not mean relying on chemical dependencies or shuffling through the days without purpose. Runner or couch patato, we can all use a reminder that life is precious and can change with one phone call. I appeciate Jay's honesty about his true identity,laying out his anxiety issues, never leading the reader to believe he is more than the average man finding his way in a life that can be difficult and full of challenges. Jay reminds u. Danielle said Awesome read everyone can relate to!. Get out the Kleenex I personally saw Jay go though his weight loss and crazy 100 mile runs, etc. but I had no idea the depth of WHY he did this. Everyone can relate to this story and everyone knows that they have the chance to make a tragedy into a positive experience or ruin their lives (I know plenty that ruined their lives over loss). With the help of his amazing family Jay is living his life in a positive way and giving his wife and daughter the husband and father they deserve. Any wife or daughter wuld be so very lucky to have Jay! This story

. About the Author Jay Danek holds a Bachelor's Degree from Michigan State University in Crop and Soil Sciences. He currently works as the General Manager of West Coast Turf. Jay writes and publishes articles for mcdowellmountainman and trailrunningclub

For Jay Danek, it was the unexpected loss of his father at the age of 58 on 9-23-2008. Jay learned to curb his negative behavior through positive experiences. "Walking was questionable in Jay Danek's mind as a young boy, running and athletics were out of the question. To honor his dad, he set out to run 923 straight days. His story of overcoming obstacles and becoming a great runner is compelling an inspirational following him through a remarkable transformation. Strength is said to be found in numbers but when personal tragedy strikes all that matters is the direction you turn. Jay sought solace in running to get closer to his father. Everyone struggles through the loss of a loved one. It's not only a tribute to his father but a tribute to what we all are capable of." Marshall Ulrich - author of "Running on Empty". His journey took him from life as a 275 pound non-runner, suffering through depression, anxiety, weight gain, and anger, to 100-mile ultra-marathons through the mountains

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