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You’re Amazing And I’ll Prove It! asks questions you never even thought of asking and then shows readers how everything and everyone has special attributes that make them unique and exceptionally important.
Entwined with the questions, You’re Amazing And I’ll Prove It! has real-life stories about seemingly unremarkable people doing extraordinary things.You're Amazing shows the reader how each and every one of us has extraordinary gifts given to us at birth.
Knowledge and acceptance of ourselves as well as others is freedom. You're Amazing engages readers to the point they internalize, understand, believe, and then are able to act on the knowledge that all people are exceptional.
You’re Amazing And I’ll Prove It! shows the reader that regardless of any difference you can find, not only are the people around you special, but it also shows the reader how extraordinary they themselves are.
Neal’s message is a much-needed one for middle schoolers, their parents, teachers, and all of us.
- Karen Taylor-Good, Grammy-nominated songwriter, author, and speaker. www.stowegood.com
When I started reading I thought this was a children’s book. I was surprised. Like it says on the cover, it’s really a book for all ages. I love the message and plan on using some of the advice in my everyday life.
- Danielle Breithaupt, College student
The part of the book that got my attention was expressing how everyone can contribute and everyone has value.
- Theresa, Parent
I learned from the book that no matter what you look like or act like, we are all really the same inside.
—Sydney, age 12
Neal G. Brownell is a multi-faceted individual. Being an inventor at heart, his interests are many. What makes him the happiest, though, is bringing out the special gifts in a person that they might not have even realized were there.
This is what led him to write his book, You’re Amazing And I’ll Prove It! It engages readers of all ages so that they internalize, understand, believe, and then are able to act on the knowledge that all people are exceptionally special. You’re Amazing asks questions you probably never even thought of asking to show the reader that each and every one of us has extraordinary gifts given to us at birth. Entwined with the questions are also real-life stories about seemingly
unremarkable people doing extraordinary things.
Neal was born in Wichita, Kansas. His parents worked for Boeing, and it was like having parents in the military, because Boeing moved the family frequently. Before he was 11, he had lived in Kansas, Louisiana, and Pennsylvania, finally settling in Millbrook, New York. In the book, there is a story about Neal’s younger years that gives you more insight into why he wrote You’re Amazing.
Neal is the inventor of The Bandit™, a basketball shooting accuracy trainer that puts your arm in the proper shooting position every time. This device can be used by beginners and advanced players as well. For ten years, he and his late wife Debra ran Brownell Enterprises, selling The Bandit™ and a number of programs he wrote to coach kids interested in playing basketball. He has also coached basketball on an individual basis. Neal strongly believes that sports are
extremely beneficial for a child’s development—both physically and mentally.
Neal loves helping people to better their lives. He currently lives in the Catskills with his second
wife, Linda, and their two Pit Bull mixes: Mercy and Mr. Brown. At a time when we as a people
are dividing ourselves in every conceivable way, Neal G. Brownell’s book, You’re Amazing And
I’ll Prove It!, brings a timeless message of love and understanding. You’re Amazing conveys
the importance of not only accepting the people around you, but also the vital importance of
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