The First Billion is the Hardest
Order a copy of “The First Billion Is the Hardest,” T. Boone Pickens' new book, in which Boone reflects on his life after leaving Mesa in 1996 at 68, and the events and management approaches that helped him make his “first billion.” The New York Times Bestseller also takes a hard and critical look at the problems facing the U.S. as a result of ever-escalating foreign oil import and, for the first time, lays out a comprehensive solution.
Proceeds of the book sales will be donated to two important charities — the “Warrior and Family Support Center,” a project of the Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio that provides coordinated services to patients, next-of-kin and extended family members with a primary focus on Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom warriors, and the Fisher House, a program that supports injured military service personnel and their families in unique settings nationwide.
For information on WFSC, visit www.sammc.amedd.army.mil/military/sfac/wfsc.asp
For information on the Fisher House, visit www.fisherhouse.org.
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