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Carmelo Anthony


"Once you learn to read, you will forever be free" -Frederick Douglass

Where tomorrows aren't promised by Carmelo Anthony with D. Watkins is a memoir that takes you on a journey about community, education, ethics, experience, family, friendship, inspiration, lifestyle and resilience. This book guides you on a human and visual experience if you choose the audible version to listen or physical book to read, Carmelo Anthony connected with the listener and reader in a profound way by telling his story. 

Game On: In this chapter Carmelo highlights Confidence, Consistency and Commitment

"I didn't listen to the noise; I blocked it out. That became my strategy, to spend more time working than dreaming, and more time doing than imagining. And all that hard work paid off, as I got better with every game I played."

Reading this book I understood the nickname Melo. Through the trials and triumph he worked hard, hustled and remained humble. Carmelo Anthony is calm, collected and grounded.Here's an individual embracing humanity while staying rooted in life lessons. He takes you on a path of many walks of life from school, the streets to supreme mathematics. Providing depth, growth and perspective. This story gives you a glimpse of his life and reality. A view of the world through his eyes.

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