On the outside, it looked like Tim Brown was living the ideal life. He had risen from his hardscrabble beginnings in South Florida to a position of status and wealth in the Denver business community. He had married into an extremely prominent and well-recognized family and had built several thriving businesses. But on the inside, it was another story altogether. The ghosts of his past haunted him, relentlessly hounding him about his value as a father, friend, and business leader. His life was deceptive and spinning out of control, and it led to the darkest night of his life.
From that darkness, Tim found the strength to reshape his entire life. His faith gave him the courage to “jump in the parade,” a phrase his father-in-law coined to mean truly living, taking chances and being who you really want to be—not who others expect you to be. With a renewed commitment to discovering, owning, and living his values, Tim began the process of deconstructing and then reconstructing his life.
Jumping in the Parade proves you don’t have to remain a prisoner of your past or a victim of your present. This heartfelt and humbling story shows how anyone can find the strength to jump in the parade and live a life truly worth living if they are willing to take a hard look at living into alignment with their values.
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