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“You can bring something positive to the legacy of humanity.” Raymond Bechard
The greatest unused human potential is our innate ability to help, to be a hero. It remains our constant privilege to step in and serve others – even in the smallest ways. In every moment we have the freedom to serve, to offer comfort and guidance, to shine light into the dark lives of others, and to protect those who cannot cannot stand up for themselves.
Unfortunately, few of us take on the privilege of being a hero, even though life puts countless opportunities in front of us every day.
No one has ever set out to offer a step-by-step guideline to becoming an everyday hero in contemporary culture, until now. In The Hero’s Handbook, author Raymond Bechard brings new hope to a world in need of heroes. This is far more than just an exploration of heroism. It is a guide to becoming a hero.
With The Hero’s Handbook, Bechard gives us accounts of heroes, large and small, who took on the responsibility to step in where others dared not go, to innovate, to sacrifice, to risk death and sometimes to fight. Through his extensive research, the author discovers common traits among these heroes, their simple characteristics and actions that distinguish them from all others. Now, Bechard shares these discoveries with his thoughtful, clear guidance that provides a life-changing handbook.
The Hero’s Handbook isn’t meant for people who just want stories about heroes. It’s for those of us who want to be the hero in the story.
Tell us your hero story
Think of that one person, that one hero who changed your your life. Maybe they saved you. Maybe they guided you. Maybe they inspired you. It doesn’t matter. Whatever they did for you, we want to include your hero story in upcoming editions of the Hero’s Handbook series.
We’re accepting Hero Stories of all kinds, but would really like to hear about Heroes in these categories:
- Other Family Members
- Military Personnel (both in and out of battle)
- First Responders (law enforcement, firefighters, EMT, etc.)
- Business Professionals
- Customer Service Representatives
- Animals (Service, pets, wildlife, etc.)
Or anyone . . .