Me Too by Tim Cusack
Extraordinary Everyday Stories That Connect Us

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Have you ever....been so happy you cried...felt awkward and embarrassed...regretted not saying something...found unexpected joy helping others...learned a profound lesson from a child...had a near death experience...lost someone you love... ME TOO...

This book of true stories captures touching, spiritual and funny moments. They are observations from the life of a man, who, through his work as a speaker, actor, and volunteer has had captivating experiences that evoke universal themes. They will leave you thinking, “Me too.”

The stories of Tim Cusack's new book unveil the ordinary grace to be found in everyday moments. One after another these bits of life allow readers to see that you don’t have to be Gandhi or Mother Teresa to do good in this world. Each new page demonstrates kindnesses, humor; and sensitivity that are soul connecting. The gift of "Me Too" is showing that daily, each of us has an innate ability to find the goodness in others regardless of their choices or station in life.

When looking below the surface of these beautiful stories you will find many layers of meaning; in each one is a hidden gem and more than one inspirational moment.

About Tim Cusack

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Tim Cusack is a speaker, trainer and corporate entertainer. His passion is speaking to the human side of the workplace. Tim tours nationally; presenting his keynotes and trainings for corporations, associations, and health care organizations, inspiring people to appreciate life, work and relationships. When not touring, he is a professional actor and performs in TV and radio commercials. Tim's occupations have varied from Christmas tree trimmer to Alaskan fisherman, co-host of a CBS TV and a #1 morning radio show. He volunteers with hospice and Gilda’s Club, among other groups. Tim is married with two children. In his spare time, Tim is an avid athlete, pursuing running, cycling, tennis and golf – when he has lots of time.
Published October 12, 2012 by TC Publishing. 198 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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