Mentor Hope

Mentor Hope MentorHope publishes the well known book, Mentor: The Kid & The CEO. To order call (405)752-0940 To request Tom Pace to speak call (405)225-0011
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Looking to spread the message of HOPE across the world! With one book, The Mentor: The Kid & The CEO. Currently in Job Corps, Schools, Libraries, Colleges, jails, prisons, and more across the nation. Get a copy of this amazing message and change your life in a positive direction! visit mentorhope.com or call us at (405)752-0940

Watch any winner, and you will see a common theme, they all take action.
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Watch any winner, and you will see a common theme, they all take action.

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5915 NW 23rd St
Oklahoma City, OK
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Mentor Hope was founded by Tom Pace, author of Mentor: The Kid & The CEO. We are a nonprofit on a mission to provide HOPE. Our book is an inspirational story that leaves readers with a desire to take action to improve their own lives, and to help others do the same. To order books, please visit www.mentorhope.com, call us at (405)752-0940, or email us at [email protected].

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I don't feel like there is anything beautiful about being broken. You are sad and trying to put the pieces back together mostly by yourself. Your friends are too busy with their lives and that is understandable. But being broken takes fortitude and the courage to fight to get unbroken.
Your posts are very inspiring & meaningful to me. It has been hard to keep hope alive and ahoid despair. Thank you.