If you do what you love and love what you do, you will never work a day in your life.
It’s simple advice, but it proved to be a game changer for Terrence Boyle, who looks back at his unlikely life of going from a high school dropout to a successful IBM systems programmer in this memoir.
During his hardscrabble life growing up in Jersey City, New Jersey, he found there was never a shortage of things to do: From sledding, to climbing cliffs, to enjoying Tom Sawyer-like adventures with his friends, there was never a dull moment.
In looking back at his life, he pays tribute to all the angels in his life, including his mom, his wives, various friends and employers, and others.
He also looks back at a varied career, which included adventures in real estate, rebuilding houses, and working his dream job at IBM.
The author quit smoking cigarettes on April 7, 1985. One year later, almost to the day, he lost his son to AIDs. He thought if he could survive the death of his 23-year-old son without smoking again, which he did, he would have beat the habit for life,”
Join the author as he looks back at a wonderful life filled with angels who allowed him to have his cake and eat it too!