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Book Spotlight: The Observer by Todd Stottlemyre

The Observer” is available for pre-order anywhere books are sold including:

Amazon, Books-a-Million, Bookshop, and Barnes & Noble.

Many people know Todd Stottlemyre as an American former professional baseball player, most notably as a member of the Toronto Blue Jays. However, Todd Stottlemyre is also an author with a highly personal, transformative story to tell through his new book. The Observer, far from being a fiction novel, is the fable of Todd Stottlemyre’s life. He rose to superstardom winning two World Series with the Toronto Blue Jays but had yet to reach his true “peak” until the journey that began afterward.

Kat has it all (money, success, recognition, influence) except the one thing she desires desperately: a fulfilled life. A business entrepreneur in the high-end sportswear industry, Kat is driven in relentless pursuit of ever-greater success. The two anchors in Kat’s frenzied life have been her father; a famous baseball pitcher turned team manager, and her son, who is following in his grandfather’s footsteps. When both anchors become unstable, Kat’s life tips dangerously out of balance. The market and her finances flip, and relationships start slipping through her fingers. Eager for solutions, she turns to find uncanny wisdom from places she never expected.

The Observer unpacks the idea of 180-degree thinking, which changes everything for Kat. Now, seemingly impossible goals now come into focus with crystal clear clarity. As Kat focuses on the right things, the impossible becomes her new reality.

The Observer” is available for pre-order anywhere books are sold including:

Amazon, Books-a-Million, Bookshop, and Barnes & Noble.

The Observer has been endorsed by

“A powerful work with insights that, once applied, will help you lift your life to a completely new level.”

— ROBIN SHARMA (#1 BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE 5AM CLUB & THE MONK WHO SOLD HIS FERRARI)

“The Observer is a well-written book that embodies the ups and downs and potential roadblocks in one’s pursuit of not only success but happiness.”

— AL LEITER (FORMER MLB PITCHER AND CURRENT MLB NETWORK ANALYST)

“In The Observer, Todd’s concept of the 180-degree mindset aligns with my theory of every ‘coin’ having three sides — two sides and the edge. The more we see and learn and the more possibilities we explore, the smart and more powerful we become. Todd’s new book is, indeed, wisdom for the journey of life.”

— ROBERT KIYOSAKI (AUTHOR OF THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER RICH DAD POOR DAD)

 

About The Author

Todd Stottlemyre is a former Major League Baseball pitcher who played for 15 seasons most notably as a member of the Toronto Blue Jays with whom he won two World Series championships. He also played for the Oakland Athletics, St Louis Cardinals, Texas Rangers, and the Arizona Diamondbacks. Awarded for his outstanding integrity and dedication to community service, he received the prestigious Branch Ricky Award and the Lou Gehrig Award.

After leaving professional baseball, he pursued a career in finance building an asset management business at a high-profile Wall Street firm. He is the co-founder and owner of a private equity fund that owns, manages, and oversees a number of companies.

Today, Stottlemyre channels his passion for winning as a high-performance business coach, best-selling author, and keynote speaker. Taking all he has learned both on and off the field, he works to help people achieve unparalleled success in every dimension of their lives. His latest book, The Observer: A Modern Fable on Mastering Your Thoughts & Emotions releases on Dec. 29, 2020.

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