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A teen suicide is no joke!

Too many young adult are committing suicide. There nothing we can do after a young adult is dead, but there something we can do while there still alive. I feel there not enough being done in our school system to help them. If what we’re currently doing for them today is not working, isn’t it time we try a new approach? One thing I personal feel we should implement in our school system is teaching young adult how to write achievable and believable goals. This is a good way to know more about… Continue

Posted on July 11, 2009 at 10:15am

No education, No job

President Obama believes that regardless of educational path after high school, all Americans should be prepared to enroll in at least one year of higher education or job training to better prepare our workforce. There so many people that just don’t have this type of time or money and even feel that they have what it may take to go back to school and start over again. This only means that now you have falling into a category of the people that will be just left behind, out of work and some even… Continue

Posted on June 4, 2009 at 3:30pm

Helping Others

Hello, my name is Gary A. Cooper

I recently self published three books:

Illness, Triumphs & Tragedies

A Guide to Marketing Your Life

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Base on my book, A Guide to marketing your life. I’m trying to start up an organization or program that can help young men and women that are at risk of dropping out of school as well as helping men and women that are presently incarcerated.

Being a motivational speaker, my ways of… Continue

Posted on January 21, 2009 at 4:00pm

Helping Others

Gary A. Cooper was born in Brooklyn New York, March 18, 1966. A fifth grade drop-out that fell into a coma for two-month. No education and looking for work I became a restaurant manager within six months in the South Street Sea-Port area. By the age of twenty one, started a job on Wall Street in the field of commodity, working for Shearson Lehman Brother and was promoted three times within my first year. Working in management was so rewarding$$. During my fifth-teen years on Wall Street, I… Continue

Posted on November 13, 2008 at 2:30pm — 5 Comments

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At 4:34pm on August 8, 2009, MrSoulFire said…

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At 8:00am on April 30, 2009, MrSoulFire said…
Comment by MrSoulFire 3 minutes ago Delete Comment Brotha, I applaud ypur "keep your head to the sky" attitude. I know what it is like to be on the bottom. After spending 35 years in some of the toughest prisons in the country,I have experienced great tragedy and been a witness to things that would destroy the soul of most men. I, like you, are a survivor. In any event, if you are truly interested in starting a program for those in prison, I can probably assist you. I already have a program, but don't really know how to get it off and running. Anyway, when you visit my website, check out my about me/autobiography page.
At 7:58am on April 30, 2009, MrSoulFire said…
Peace: I left a message 4 you. It didn't show up here because i didn't leave it on your comment wall. I left it after reading your Helping Others column. Be sure to check it out.
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At 9:46pm on February 13, 2009, / Car Emblems said…

Hi cooperbooks,

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