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Author Richard Jackson Pens Book Based on Personal Life Experiences

Discussions about life rules and real life experiences are presented especially for those that are about to start their working journey in life.

Delaware Ohio – WEBWIRE

A lot of times life gets hard, you just have to equip yourself and be strong for the battle.

“The Rules” by Richard Jackson is especially for those starting out in their lives. The contents of the book are the tools readers need to know when starting their new journey in life, especially when working. The discussions developed and evolved from the author’s conversations and exchange of ideas with fraternity men and undergraduate college students; he discussed with them important things that one must be equipped with. It also evolved from the author’s rich personal experiences in life.
There are 17 life rules mentioned in the book. It is somewhat a way of life, getting a person into some rough spots, and it gives the person a chance to look oneself in the mirror to reflect on things. Sometimes life gets hard and one just has to do the right thing. One can take a lot of advices from this book, all of which one could apply in real-life settings.  
“The Rules” by Richard Jackson is one of the titles to be displayed in the 2018 New York Rights Fair that will be taking place on May 30, 2018.
The Rules
Author: Richard Jackson
Publisher: RoseDog Books
Date Published: December 29, 2015
Paperback Price: $9.00
About the Author
Richard L. Jackson was born in Chicago on May 6 in the year 1930. After seven years, he and his whole family moved in the heart of the Midwest, Delaware, Ohio where he grew up. His environment was filled with Midwest middle-class values. He spent five years in the military, expanding his experiences. He was first a private army in Japan and later became an Air Force Lieutenant in Germany. He married his wife, Janet Wilson, in the year 1951. Jackson completed a BA degree in accounting and an MA degree in sociology. As a person having multiple skills and great personality, Richard moved from Union Carbide as Assistant Superintendent to Rockwell International as Director, to Duke University as the Assistant Vice President, to Winchester Medical Center as the Vice President, and to St. John’s Regional Medical Center as the Senior Vice President. He eventually retired in the year 1987.

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