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Life is a Journey, Not a Destination

The metamorphosis brought about by chance encounters and real-life experiences of Joseph Bartko


The beauty in life is its unpredictability. It can surprise every one of us. However, it will also lead us to the people we need to meet and the choices we have to make to mold us into the person we have to be. This is the story of a retiree who spent fifty years in plastics-related technical companies. In his book, “How I Came to Be Me: Understanding People,” Joseph Bartko will introduce himself to the world, so people may also learn from his experiences.
Joseph Bartko grew up in a family that was considered poor by the standard of the time of his childhood. His father had a decent job but was always drunk and had a serious gambling issue. He was already well aware of the realities of poverty and its sides of the coin. He knew that it can make or break a family, and unfortunately, it was the latter for them. Instead of love, peace, unity, and solidarity, his family lived a life of hatred, bitterness, envy, lots of yelling, and arguments. He was on the way to living a life of greed and being selfish. However, three instances had changed the course of his life.
Joseph Bartko has shared a very intimate and heartfelt story. Its honesty is enough to make everyone vulnerable to tears. The genuine emotions he shared within the pages of the book are certainly very relatable because of his willingness to talk about the ugly phases of his life. However, the best-selling point of the book is its lesson. The way he had allowed his mindset to change and his willingness to do so with the help of the people he met and the experiences he had gone through. The book is an eyeopener and will cross a message of redemption for everyone regardless of what they are going through.
Don’t miss out on this life-changing experience. Grab your copy now!
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How I Came to Be Me: Understanding People
Author: Joseph P. Bartko
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: February 2021
Book Genre: Memoir
About the Author
Joseph P. Bartko is retired after spending a great fifty years in plastics-related technical companies. While he always worked better alone, he did have many managers who were real professionals.

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