Ever wish you owned letters from your mom or dad?
If you’ve attended a presentation by Michael Angelo Caruso or own one of his information products, you know that his father Mickey was quite a man.
Mickey Caruso wrote over fifty letters to his eldest son between 1993 and 1997.
The letters became a retroactive diary that chronicled the best of the old man’s life. People everywhere relate to dad’s stories!
Michael reads these powerful, funny, and remarkably touching letters to you and your family. The messages feature:
– A reminder that babies are born with fantastic self-esteem
– Mickey’s memories of growing up the youngest of 12 children
– A musician’s perspective on life (Mickey was a terrific trumpet player)
– How you can use letters to stay connected with your family
– The power of the written word as a legacy (do this with your dad!)
– My dad’s best jokes
Mickey’s missives include dozens of wonderful vignettes that helped his son understand life. It turns out that the lessons are also helpful to anyone who is exposed to them.
Letters from Mickey, message from Michael
“My dad wrote over fifty letters between 1993 and 1997,” says author and speaker, Michael Angelo Caruso. “The letters became a retroactive diary that chronicled the best of his life and taught me the value of keeping a written record of my memories and thoughts.
“In the summer of 1997, dad and I talked about publishing the collection, but in September of that year, our family changed again.
“As the finale played on, the value of the written word became even more apparent and yet another lesson was handed down from my father.
“Dad and I missed our opportunity to work together to publish his letters, but my brothers and I know that he would want you to enjoy the world according to Mickey. Dad was communicating to pass his life lessons on to his family. With each person who experiences these letters, Mickey’s family grows.” -MAC
Almost everyone has a father
If you had a dad, you’ll relate to this fun and inspirational program. 🙂
If you are a dad or had a dad, you’ll be inspired to create a similar legacy for your family by writing letters to your children, blogging or even recording your stories in audio or video format.
Whatever you decide, best of luck in your quest to create a positive legacy for your family!
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