Frank Hanna, A Graduate’s Guide to Life: Three Things They Didn’t Teach You at College That Could Make All the Difference

Should parents tell their college-bound students, “Enjoy your next four years;  they’ll be the best years of your life” ? No! says Frank Hanna to host Doug Keck on this EWTN Bookmark episode. Author of A Graduate’s Guide to Life: Three Things They Didn’t Teach You at College That Could Really Make the Difference, Hanna believes that education’s purpose is to create a fully realized human being who grasps reality, whose goal is to amass an abundance of happiness and blessing, and who goes to work each day with the intention of creating value for his or her employer. This book for young people is a stand-out among those they’ll receive at graduation; its teachings are for all of us. Do yourself a favor  – read A Graduate’s Guide to Life before you pass it on; you’ll thank Frank Hanna for his brevity, frankness, and solid advice.

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