Common Sense is not all that Common

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Description

What began as a book for his grandson transformed into a guide to life that can benefit anyone.

"Those that enjoy success and fulfillment in life have a lot in common...they are aware of what is happening in their environment, and they know how to solve problems and make good decisions."

Eliot H. Dunsky has traveled the world, served as a doctor and professor, and experienced the joys of family life. Now, in his seventies, he decided it was high time to write down what he's learned from his mistakes and successes along the way.

Written as a jumping-off point for deeper discussions, Common Sense is Not All that Common addresses thirty-six different topics that we all encounter in life. From personal subjects such as values, self-confidence, willpower, and relationships, to economical issues including investment, budgeting, and even owning your own business, Dunksy's guide has a bit of advice about practically everything.

Straightforward and simply put, the wisdom is offered as friendly advice and often related with a story or a historical anecdote-it's like listening to a professor, philosopher, and great storyteller rolled into one.

Product Details

Price
$16.95
Publisher
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publish Date
July 14, 2015
Pages
450
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.91 X 9.0 inches | 1.32 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781497373839
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About the Author

Eliot H. Dunsky is a retired physician in his seventies. He grew up in New York, attended medical school in Italy and Israel before returning to the U.S. for specialization. He later completed his MBA at Temple University, and also trained young doctors as an associate professor of medicine and pediatrics at Drexel University College of Medicine.

In addition to his educational and medical pursuits, Dunsky is a world traveler and photographer. Married with three children, he was inspired to write a book for his grandson, Common Sense is Not All that Common, to share the lessons he's learned throughout his varied and rich life experiences.