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Swim Lessons: Ten Secrets for Making Any Dream Come True

by Nick Irons

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0972960600, Hardcover)

"I came up with the idea, and worried about the rest later," says Swim Lessons author Nick Irons. As crazy as this may sound, it worked for Nick, and it can certainly work for you. And "the rest" is exactly what Nick figured out-what it takes to swim 1,550 miles of the mighty, muddy Mississippi River in four months to raise money and awareness for multiple sclerosis, the disease his father has lived with for more than twenty years.

It's hard to think of a riskier, less-doable idea than that-especially when you have no idea how you'll pull it off. But he did! This book is Nick's highly entertaining story of the Swim and every pivotal lesson he learned along the way. What he shares here is not just inspiration-it is the rock-solid plan you need to make your biggest dream come true.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:38 -0400)

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