Eric Beaty

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Eric Beaty began his entrepreneurial career as a well-known guitar instructor and performing artist among the Bluegrass guitar circuit. Before dedicating greater focus to his writing career, Eric created and authored several guitar instructional courses and companion books.

As an additional resource, Eric produces content on his YouTube channel—currently with 700+ videos, 12,000+ subscribers, and 45,000+ monthly views and growing—on the topics of guitar instruction, entrepreneurship, writing and publishing, and more.

In the years since pursuing writing as a career, Eric has authored many books, stories, poems, essays, blog posts and songs. The basis for much of Eric’s writing comes from a great many notebooks and
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Eric Beaty Currently, I'm trying to finish reading The Legend of Eli Monpress trilogy by Rachel Aaron. After that, I want to get back into the Redwall series by…moreCurrently, I'm trying to finish reading The Legend of Eli Monpress trilogy by Rachel Aaron. After that, I want to get back into the Redwall series by Brian Jacques, one of my all-time favorite series.

Other than that, I've got a few marketing books to read and a to-read list several books long from a book haul I made last year! So many great books to read, so little time!(less)
Eric Beaty I would have to say that my favorite fictional couple is the one from my favorite fictional movie: Jerry Maguire. Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise) and…moreI would have to say that my favorite fictional couple is the one from my favorite fictional movie: Jerry Maguire. Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise) and Dorothy Boyd (Renée Zellweger) have their ups and downs, but the emotional roller coaster ride of this story is so satisfying to watch and experience.

Not to mention this movie has some of the greatest lines in it such as "You complete me" and "You had me at 'Hello.'" Yes, these have become clichés in today's world, but let's not forget that this movie created these unforgettable statements first.(less)
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Description: An ordinary family vacation turns into a hilarious adventure! When Bill Oswald tries to get away for a relaxing weekend of hunting, fishing, and camping with his family, things begin to unravel, and he enlists the help of his son in order to prove to the "guys back home" that he is indeed a true hunter.
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Description: An endearing Romantic Comedy about the value of second chances. When Jane Carver gets set up on a blind date by her best friend, her date, Mike Russell, makes a mess of things...literally!
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Zig Ziglar
“Lack of direction, not lack of time, is the problem. We all have twenty-four hour days.”
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“When obstacles arise, you change your direction to reach your goal; you do not change your decision to get there.”
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“If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time.”
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“There are no traffic jams on the extra mile.”
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Henry David Thoreau
“To oversee all the details yourself in person; to be at once pilot and captain, and owner and underwriter; to buy and sell and keep the accounts; to read every letter received, and write or read every letter sent; to superintend the discharge of imports night and day; to be upon many parts of the coast almost at the same time—often the richest freight will be discharged upon a Jersey shore;—to be your own telegraph, unweariedly sweeping the horizon, speaking all passing vessels bound coastwise; to keep up a steady despatch of commodities, for the supply of such a distant and exorbitant market; to keep yourself informed of the state of the markets, prospects of war and peace everywhere, and anticipate the tendencies of trade and civilization—taking advantage of the results of all exploring expeditions, using new passages and all improvements in navigation;—charts to be studied, the position of reefs and new lights and buoys to be ascertained, and ever, and ever, the logarithmic tables to be corrected, for by the error of some calculator the vessel often splits upon a rock that should have reached a friendly pier—there is the untold fate of La Prouse;—universal science to be kept pace with, studying the lives of all great discoverers and navigators, great adventurers and merchants, from Hanno and the Phoenicians down to our day; in fine, account of stock to be taken from time to time, to know how you stand.”
Henry David Thoreau, Walden




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