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My new book is here

Good Things Are Supposed to happen to you
Order today and get your copy of my book! 
Special price: $19.99
In my book I teach you how to set and keep your mind on a straight trajectory; how to think right.
Buy my book today and learn the tips and tools that will help you succeed in life and accept that Good Things Are Supposed To Happen To You!

                     

I met Joey Noone a few years ago at the Italian American Sports Hall of Fame banquet in Malden, Massachusetts. We talked about a variety of things: his very funny and entertaining Las Vegas style stage show - JOEY VOICES, comprised of comedy singing impersonations of numerous celebrity voices. We also talked about the Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics and Bruins, and how life has been very good to both of us. 

 

Somehow, we got onto the subject of faith and realized that we had quite a bit in common. Joey mentioned that his Christian faith changed his life completely, and I told him how it also changed mine many years ago, when our family needed the Lord to get us through a very tough physical and emotional time in our lives.

 

This book can change your life. The chapters about transforming our minds and truly believing that we can achieve our dreams and fulfill our needs applies to every one of us.

 

FOREWORD

Joey uses himself as an example of how his commitment to Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior through Scripture got him on the correct path in his life. If you are living in darkness, and need the true light of life, this book is a Godsend. 

 

Joey Voices is his stage name, but it is very appropriate that he is recognized with that name in this book as well, because Joey Noone is the “voice” of his Christian faith when it comes down to getting the word of the Lord out. I am honored to help share this WORD.

 

Rico Petrocelli

Boston Red Sox Hall of Famer (1963, 65-76)