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  • Title: The Rejected Stone: Al Sharpton and the Path to American Leadership
  • Author: Al Sharpton
  • ISBN: 9781936399475
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Hardcover

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  1. Won Through a GiveawayHonestly, I ve never really known much about Rev Al Sharpton besides the fact that he seemed to be a pretty popular caricature From the moments where Kennan Thompson parodies him on SNL to the scene with Adam Sandler in the movie Mr Deeds, I never was inclined to take the man seriously I dropped my name in the hat of giveaway hopefuls in an effort to circumvent having to pay for something I wasn t too sure I wanted to invest my money in although I had a newfound interest in [...]


  2. I won the book now the hard part waiting 4 to 6 weeks for its arrival I can t wait Well worth every week I waited on this insightful jewel Sharpton wrote this book with a spirit so compelling and heated that it was difficult putting this book down This man has taken paths most would not venture but it has made him a man of stronger conviction and heart I highly recommend this book for people who love reading about leadership in a world where true leaders are few and in between.


  3. I very much enjoyed this book It is well written and very informative, particularly for those like me, who did not know much about the Rev Now that I am informed, I have developed a high opinion of the manMichael


  4. Al Sharpton is a man with purpose, passion and a legacy Very early he made the decision to follow the example of Martin Luther King and Jesse Jackson In other words, he chose to make Civil Rights his main goal in life Just recently we saw him walking or standing beside the Trayvon Martin family Always he kept their needs and desires in the forefront of the news So that the injustice done to Trayvon Martin would hopefully not happen again.Throughout the memoir, The Rejected Stone, there are examp [...]


  5. This book was very inspirational and insightful This was an easy read with some very powerful lessons that I and many others can apply to our lives I enjoyed the fact that Mr Sharpton has learned from his journey and now helping others by stating the lessons he has learned He gave some great tips in character, leadership, being authentic, staying true to yourself, knowing when to hit it and quit it, finding your calling passion, goals, knowing your audience, etc I also can see his maturity from [...]


  6. Some quotes I loved from this book Don t let other people talk you into what seems to be a appealing or lucrative career if it doesn t match your purpose in life If you re not responsible for being down, you are responsible for getting up Standing up there and failing to talk about economic justice, just telling people to shoot for prosperityThat s not preachingStanding up there and ignoring the wars in the Middle East Not preaching I read this on Thanksgiving Day He s one of our great American [...]


  7. 5.0 out of 5 stars WHAT ANA AMAZING LIFE , October 20, 2013By Edwina I Love books Edwina I USA See all my reviews Verified Purchase What s this This review is from The Rejected Stone Al Sharpton and the Path to American Leadership Kindle Edition This was are very good historical story of events in Rev Al s life The people he has meet an how they helped his own person growth He tells how people and life changing experiences has formed his opinion of today I Highly recommend The Rejected Stone.


  8. i loved this book rev al is very good at teaching through example i was surprised that he was younger than i thought he was under 60 instead of over 70 he has great words of wisdom and shows the evolution of his life


  9. An excellent biography of a fascinating man I ve learned a lot about leadership and have a deep respect for Al Sharpton.


  10. In The Rejected Stone Al Sharpton has written an engaging series of essays in the celebrity biographical self help vein Each of the 23 chapters offers up a specific piece of advice, fleshed out with autobiographical illustrations Often the advice comes from a long held principles, sometimes from lessons learned the hard way.I have to admit that I have never been a fan of Al Sharpton, though I also have to admit that I don t really know a lot about him Did reading the book turn me into a fan of S [...]


  11. Don t let the slick hair and big mouth fool Rev Al is sharp and on point with his social commentary My mom faithfully watches Rev Al every day So I borrowed the book from the library for her But I started to read it and to my surprise Rev Al was actually saying some provocative and stimulating ideas He provided usefully tips of being an active leader in the community and the importance of creating your beliefs and sticking with those beliefs I recommend this book for anyone looking to develop a [...]


  12. I respect Al Sharpton, he puts his life on the line fighting for what is right We came a long way, but still have a long way to go Sharpton wrote said a lot of interesting things but this one was my favorite Let the lesson be that greatness is not determined by what we are challenged with greatness is that you can be great no matter what your challenges are It s not what you go through it s what you get through And you should never be disloyal to a great person who was loyal to you.


  13. A satisfying, though fairly straightforward biography cum motivational book.I do remember, as a child younger adult, the broad, ridiculous, over the top portrayals of Sharpton, and I enjoyed reading his side of the story and how he has evolved in some of his beliefs while staying true or trying to stay true to his own life s mission.


  14. This is an autobiography and in a straightforward way, like Sharpton, talks about his life from childhood, his mistakes and how he grew into a rational and reliable person His male mentors greatly impacted and he addresses the pros and cons of those relationships He doesn t promote himself, just tells us about himself and his philosophy of how to life a good life with integrity.


  15. This Is A Sharp Rev I Love His Show Keeping It Real I Miss Him On 209 Everyday He Still Come Sundays I Tune In On That Day What Ever Day I Hear Him He Brings The Word Always Thanks Rev For Keeping It Real Doris.


  16. I listen to Mr Sharpton on WURD a lot I am glad I read this book The timing was interesting The detail needed But most of all I feel so much better about a man who I was not sure I really liked or even understood I now understand him and his purpose Devine purpose for being on this earth.



  17. I do not like this individual Yet I wanted to see what other views are stated about this individual I learned a lot of information which I had never known So thank you.


  18. A very inspiring story I enjoyed it so much that I ve passed it on to my 22 year old son, who is enjoying it as well Highly recommend.






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