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I co-authored this book with my father, Dan Miller. It’s about living a more extraordinary and altruistically driven life. It’s my first stab at co-authoring. I believe in this book, and I’m grateful to have had such an amazing opportunity to learn through the process of writing it. I’m also grateful to have been able to do this with my father. I recognize how extraordinary that is.

You can order the limited edition hardback version (with a few other  goodies) here.

Or order the paperback version on Amazon.

Release Date | August 28th, 2012

 

2 Comments

  1. Jen McDonough on July 25, 2012 at 2:37 AM

    Jared,
    SO EXCITED for your new book. Can’t wait to read it and am hopeful to get your autograph on a copy. (:
    I have been literally counting down the months as it sounds like it will be a book with a powerful message.
    Jen

  2. Julie on August 14, 2012 at 12:38 PM

    I watched your 08/13/12 interview by “More at Midday’s” Kaci Haggerty and felt compelled to write to you. I am a Babyboomer; 65 to be exact:)

    I just wanted to clarify the tragic comment that the older Babyboomers seem to have either wisdom or passion but not both. That is because, in my observation, those that don’t have both were too busy trying “to find themselves” in the 60’s and still are – lol lol

    I belong to a couple Over 50’s forums but mostly read because they mostly do nothing but whine. The crybaby whiners that complained in their youth are STILL whining and complaining – lol

    I was raised on a poor man’s dairy farm, where the cow ended up in the smoke house when she stopped giving milk. I knew who I was as soon as I could walk, talk, and think for myself.

    I didn’t have time to drink, smoke, do drugs or hang out at my areas version of Haight-Ashbury. I had horses to raise, train, and break. Eventually a real job with General Motors, overtime to support my nasty and expensive habit of horses. No bingo, or canasta nights, while contemplating who I am, for me – lol

    I like to think I have some wisdom by this time – I at least know enough by now to stick with my own horses and leave the re-schooling of Widowmakers to someone much younger and with a stronger back:)

    I have passion – always have. My passion is for appreciating this earth and trying my best to be a good Steward of the portion I live on. My greater passion is still my horses – they have saved my soul and sanity from many tragedies and injustices. Nobody but nobody blows in your ear better than a horse.

    Last but “certainly not least”, I have FAITH. Without Faith I doubt it’s possible to have much wisdom and even less passion about anything. Faith picked me up and carried me when I lost my son and only child when he was 19. Faith gave me Wisdom that led me straight to the barn where, in those stalls, Passion lived and still lives.

    It goes without saying, my friends are like me; as the world tends to gravitate toward “like” to share misery, passion and therefore wisdom.

    My own generation disappoints me for many reasons and the biggest disappointment of all is to discover many of them are STILL trying “to find themselves”. If they would have stopped being so stupidly philosophical and actually smelled the rose, they might’ve learned who they are. By now, those Babyboomers will never know and they have lost out on a lifetime of —————————“Widsom meets passion”.

    I enjoyed your interview on “More at Midday”. I want to buy your book and if I do, pat yourself on the back. I used to read a lot but the bulk of my earning life has been at a computer and my eyes can’t even look at the newspaper much longer than to read the headlines and the weather:)

    Sincerely,
    Julie

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