Why are so many young people having a problem adapting to society today? Where have we gone wrong? Is it the parents or society in general? The Four Letter Word That Builds Character can make a difference in this scattered and cluttered world. Based on the lessons learned from the author’s first job and parental teaching of traditional values that have proven to be the foundation for lifelong success, this book teaches 14 proven principles of a good work ethic and character.
This book is targeted for up-and-coming young professionals as a self-help book and to parents as a tool to teach values to their children. In addition, this book will help businesses train employees, which benefits businesses, their employees, and the nation. The book's principles include personal responsibility, the value of money, teamwork, the benefits of deferred gratification, persisting in the face of adversity, the power of a positive attitude, the rewards of a job well done, and seven additional principles for success in work and life. Well-known historical figures, including Presidents Reagan and Lincoln, Winston Churchill, and Sam Walton are used as role models.