It Can Be Done

Gold Mom’s Choice Award
America’s youth will soon be leading our country. How successful can they become? There is no limit. Dee, a poor boy, struggles to overcome obstacles in school and in life. He later strives to run a business and lead his family to the American dream. Cathy, a poor girl, yearns for recognition and acceptance. She later reaches out to those in need and labors to help transform her hometown. Cathy and Dee experience success, setbacks, heartache, and joy as they make their way in the world.

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Gold Mom’s Choice Award
America’s youth will soon be leading our country. How successful can they become? There is no limit. Dee, a poor boy, struggles to overcome obstacles in school and in life. He later strives to run a business and lead his family to the American dream. Cathy, a poor girl, yearns for recognition and acceptance. She later reaches out to those in need and labors to help transform her hometown. Cathy and Dee experience success, setbacks, heartache, and joy as they make their way in the world.

Isn’t it time for a new “greatest generation?” Students who read It Can Be Done will be inspired to learn, live and lead with traits which build success, such as hope, education, hard work, promoting freedom, and more. Their success can lead to America’s sustained renewal.

Based in part on actual events which reveal how to make it in America, It Can Be Done follows up on father-daughter authors Lauren and Robert Hudson’s Our Best Tomorrow Students Teaching Capitalism to America. After winning the Best Business Book Award at the Great Southeast Book Festival and a Mom’s Choice Gold Award, Our Best Tomorrow received recognition across the country as a groundbreaking book for teaching students about free markets.

Stuart Varney of Fox News, who featured Our Best Tomorrow on air several times, described co-author and 2018 Independent Author of the Year Lauren Hudson on air as a “bright, shining example of capitalism and the American way,” further commenting Lauren should be “running for President in the year 2056!”

Year Published

2019

Author

Lauren E. Hudson, Robert D. Hudson

ISBN

9781946664600

Cover

Paperback

Size

6 x 9

Pages

240

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About the Authors

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Two-time Independent Author of the Year Lauren Hudson’s Ascension Series has garnered more than a dozen awards nationally and internationally, including Mom’s Choice Gold, Readers’ Favorite, and Book Festival wins in Hollywood, New York, Paris, and London. Lauren is a sophomore at the University of Kentucky, majoring in Neuroscience and Biology as a Singletary Scholar. Her published works include books, articles and columns addressing eclectic subjects, including medicine, fitness, ethics, and business.

 

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Rob is an attorney and owner of the law firm Frost Brown Todd, LLC, representing businesses in the firm’s labor and employment law practice group. Rob has been immersed in his region’s economic development for over two decades. He helped lead Northern Kentucky’s two largest business organizations, as Chair of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Covington Business Council. He served as President of the Northern Kentucky Society for Human Resources Management, President for Be-Concerned, Inc., President of the University of Kentucky Alumni Association in Greater Cincinnati, and as a Board Member for the Tri-County Economic Development Corporation.

Rob authored A Better Tomorrow – Fighting for Capitalism and Jobs in the Heartland, which chronicled President Obama’s first term in office from the perspective of a common sense business leader. The book became an Amazon #1 Hot New Release for Political Economy Books and an Amazon Bestseller. A Better Tomorrow received the Silver Medal at the 2013 National E-Lit Book Awards. The New York Book Festival selected it as one of 2013’s top business books. Rob has also authored hundreds of pro-business columns for various publications.

A frequent lecturer and trainer on business, legal and leadership topics, Rob has been recognized as a Best Lawyer in America, Kentucky Super Lawyer, Cincy Leading Lawyer, and by Chambers and Partners as the “go to employment lawyer in Northern Kentucky.” He has been inducted into the Taking Care of Business Hall of Fame and is a past recipient of the Area Development District’s Outstanding Community Leadership Award. Rob served as a regular co-host for the television show “Leading Businesses, Leading Communities.” He recently received the Northern Kentucky Frontiersman Award for lifetime achievement in serving businesses.

Rob met his wife-to-be, then Melissa Martin, at the University of Kentucky in 1980. After receiving a B.S. in Accounting with High Distinction, Rob graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Law and moved to Greater Cincinnati. Rob and Melissa reside in Villa Hills, Kentucky with their two children, Robbie (age 17) and, of course, Lauren (age 13). Rob and Robbie coached youth athletics at Lakeside Christian Church for many years, where they taught Kentucky’s two gospels simultaneously – faith and basketball.