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Thomas Fellows author Of Forget Self-HelpRe-Examining the Golden Rule Book
Thomas Fellows author Of Forget Self-HelpRe-Examining the Golden Rule Book
By: Thomas Fellows

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Self-Help

Re-Examining the Golden Rule

“Absorbing… Seamlessly weaves scripture with historical accounts and literary characters to paint a picture of how to live a life of service, fulfillment and love. – Ralph Hardin – Crittenden County Times (AR)
Thomas Fellows author Of Forget Self-HelpRe-Examining the Golden Rule Book
Thomas Fellows author Of Forget Self-HelpRe-Examining the Golden Rule Book
By: Thomas Fellows

Forget Self-Help

Re-Examining the Golden Rule
Author:Thomas Fellows
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Short Description

S o often we think what’s in it for me, when we need to be thinking what is in it for our fellow human being? This book challenges you to start asking this question and because it does, you yourself will be better off for it.

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Topics Covered

Chapter 01

When we cry for others, we find the meaning of life which is to put yourself in someone else’s shoes.

Chapter 02

Anyone can love one’s friends, but to love one’s enemies shows a love that cannot be matched.

Chapter 03

Bending down is uncomfortable, but once you get used to it, it has the potential to chance each and every life you encounter.

Chapter 04

For anyone who has been a parent, you know that it quickly becomes the most important job in your life.

Chapter 05

Normal is not only overrated, but counterproductive what God encourages us to be out of this world.

Chapter 06

Extreme is not necessarily a negative word. It can be a positive one. It can change lives.

Chapter 07

Showing mercy is so counterintuitive; luckily Christ was this way which is why we can share in His glory.

Chapter 08

Show your faith by what you do, not what you say. In doing so, you will impart a realness on others.

Chapter 09

Once we accept Jesus into our hearts, the next step is to become more like him. It only makes sense.

Frequently Asked Questions

Author's writting

01. What strengthened my writing the most?

Writing letters: to family members, to friends, and often girls who would later turn me down.

02. When did you know you could write well?

When a co-worker of mine who previously had given me crap for being promoted asked me to write a LinkedIn recommendation after seeing one I had wrote for another co-worker. I figured if he had the guts to ask me for a rec after how he treated me, my writing must be decent.

03. What inspired you to write the book?

You have to buy the 2nd edition to get that one and look in the Afterword!

04. What does the bench represent?

No, it doesn’t represent Forest Gump as many people think. Benches are often overlooked, but they’re needed. We should be a bench to other people.

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Author Thomas Fellows is in software sales and resides in Atlanta, GA. He is the Competition Sales Team Coach at Morehouse College.
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Thomas Fellows

Thomas Fellows is in software sales and resides in Atlanta, GA. He is the Competition Sales Team Coach at Morehouse College.

His unique approach to writing utilizes classic works of literature, historical figures, scripture and his on-going battle with mental illness to prove his points.

People of Influence

John Grisham

Although my work isn’t fiction, Grisham influenced me to love reading as much as any author out there; this taught me how to write.

Author Malcom Gladwell

No writer has ever thought outside the box as much as Gladwell. I modeled my writing after his.

 Author Kay Redfield Jamison

Jamison’s work taught me to think of my mental illness as an advantage, rather than a disadvantage.

Author Tim Keller

The academic nature of Keller’s writing challenges the status quo of religious writing. I hope mine does the same.

Thomas's Top Reads

  • To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee – A novel that is like your favorite class in school. You pick something up new every time you are in contact with it.
  • Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe – A novel that will cause you to love others more.
  • David and Goliath by Malcom Gladwell – If you’ve ever felt like the underdog in life, this book is for you.
  • The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald – Strong writing intercedes with the American Dream in this novel. With myself growing up in the neighborhood of Buckhead, it was easily relatable to me.
  • A First-Rate Madness by Nassir Ghaemi– Should be read by anyone with a mental illness. Period.
  • A River Runs Through It by Norman McClean- Teaches you to be humble enough to accept help.
  • Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes – The most ironic book I ever read.
  • The Rainmaker by John Grisham – Grisham intertwines an ambitious young lawyer’s quest to do the right thing with a beautiful love story.
  • Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman – I must admit that I was only smart enough to read about half of it, but the part I did read I learned a lot from.
  • Winners Dream by Bill McDermott – A story about a kid who against all odds succeeded not through deception, but through virtue, honesty, and charisma. Should be required reading for anybody in the business world, not just sales.

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