Excuse Limit Zero: How to Overcome Your Mistakes and Thrive

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Gregory was the worst drug vendor ever. Music was his muse.

He was raised in an upper-middle-class neighborhood by mother and father who fawned over him and did the whole lot they may to safe a promising future. But feeling misplaced between cultures in his highschool, Gregory discovered himself drifting to the flawed crowd. He lived the powerful gangsta-type life promoting medicine by day, however would then go residence and follow Handel on his violin at evening. When promoting medicine, burgling, and hanging out with the flawed crowd acquired him kicked out of his beloved music program, his life spiraled to the underside.

In Excuse Restrict Zero, Gregory Fernandes tells the uncensored story of how he circled his early troubled life by proudly owning his errors, and the way he realized to maneuver previous remorse to find his position as a mentor, highschool choral director, and classically educated musician who has traveled the world sharing his present.

Gregory’s story teaches us that the trail to higher begins after we set a private excuse restrict to ZERO.

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  1. I need real time..

    I found this book very inspiring. I felt the author’s pain & humiliation through his hardships & pride after his accomplishments. A great lesson in using your past mistakes, no matter how difficult, to guide you to do & be better.

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  2. JZ22

    So proud of you Greg! You make everyone around you smile. I feel lucky you shared in both my kids Bat/Bar Mitzvah celebrations. Wishing you the best always.

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  3. Chelsea

    A wonderful glimpse into the life of a truly kind and hard-working person! A must-read for anyone looking to get inspired!

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  4. Rodney

    Perfect timing for this book.

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  5. SRW

    Buy this book! It is honest, relatable and inspiring. The first sentence drew me in and I couldn’t put it down until I was done. Definitely worth reading. I did not purchase the book on Amazon. I got it directly from the author. However, I will be purchansing additional copies to give as gifts. It is a great read!

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  6. Kerry Humphrey

    Bought it directly from the author himself, just two days ago. He has a genuine desire to show people a better way and it’s fantastic.

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  7. Dr. Donna Marks

    Greg’s memoir is one of the most transparent and real memoirs I’ve ever read. He shares his many life challenges and how he made it through them – successful or not. What could be more inspiring to other people than a story of victory in spite of the bitter side of life? His message is clear, we are each responsible to use who we are and the resources we have and all of our life’s experiences into – “Zero excuses.”

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  8. Jason

    Greg’s story is eloquently written and flows like a well crafted violin concerto depicting the highest notes, to the deepest low notes of his life with grace, strength, and humility; this book is a story that will resonate with the masses, and I greatly recommend this book to use as a tool to learn, and be inspired by one persons story of overcoming obstacles that emulates, and runs parallel to many others; (including myself) who fought back when the odds were against us.

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  9. Denisse

    I usually start a book that takes me weeks to finish. I wanted to show some support to a HS friend & I bought his book. It was at my door when I got home from work. I figured I wld read a few pages & somehow veer off into something else before my night was over, as I cant always focus on one thing for too long. But I finished it.We go to school w/ ppl we call friends throughout our HS careers & most times go in vastly different directions. I think I may have bumped into Greg only a handful of times after HS. Probably at some local bar for a First Fridays. Just like I wld bump into him at Maples when we were both far too young to have even been let it, let alone drinking.I knew him on a surface level but he was always nice to me. We always greet each other with a sense of familiarity. I knew he had some issues, again, on a surface level, but I was never in a place of judgement towards him.This book, however, has allowed me to learn and even understand how much we dont really know anyone. But the way he speaks about choices, integrity, mistakes and even the gravitational pull he had towards the street life really resonated with me. In a way that I felt like I knew him, because at one point, I was him.It’s a great read. Inspiring. And there is something about a Brockton kid becoming a man and being vulnerable to share his experiences that makes me proud of even knowing him. When I say “support the homie” I mean it. The book has some great insight and may even make you shed a tear. (Cause y’all know I can cry! Lol)Congratulations Greg Fernandes ! I wish you continued success in all that you do!

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  10. Tamie Pettiford

    This book is for Everyone! Easy read filled knowledge wisdom insight Motivation and self help! The characters are real! You will find yourself in this book or someone that you can relate to. I gained so much! I am actually purchasing 2 copies to gift! Get a copy for you and a friend!

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