I have always been a great Emmet Smith Fan. I thought he was a great football player, it took immense courage for him to be the first “jock” on Dancing with the stars. He always seemed to be an all around nice guy. His book proves all of this to be true. 

When the world was pulling for Joe Montana, I thought Emmett was my favorite. Joe may have been a great player, But Emmett played Great. 

Written from a Christian Perspective  he starts in the first chapter giving us ten points to succeed. these are not your usual standard points, but ten hard-hitting decisions you have to make to change your life. 

We usually start with a strong parents . Emmett talks about childhood and high school


ail to remember that our heroes had a start, quite often these starts are humble and they uexperiences that led him to be the Hall of Famer he became. He reminds us he wasn’t always that person. He started from another place and though goal setting and grid came to the place he is in life now. 

The book is easy reading, but catches  and holds your attention. It is an window into the early world and present word of the man along with him family. It is not a book of past glory, or bragging rights. But a book of memories, and successes. 

I recommend this book to anyone who is looking to advance and change their lives. 

the book is inspiring, encouraging and entertaining. It reminds all of us, We all start someplace in life, where we end up is up to us. 



About itsangel04

I am (NOt listed in any particular order) freelance writer, author,grandmother, mother, business owner, affiliate marketer, MLM, social media specialist as well as a host of other things I won't mention here. My new years resolution is to become healthy, lose weight and change my attitude. A lot of work for one year.

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  1. CelticWarlord says:

    A fine review by a fine lady. There is still a 3 by 5 foot poster of Emmit somewhere in our house. Some things you just never throw away.


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