By Dennis Lee Smith
Dennis Smith has lived an American Success story — from plucking out tunes on a busted guitar as a boy, to leading a company of party bands that tour the world entertaining the rich and famous.
In “Rock ’n’ Roll, Martial Arts & God: Tips on Success from the Masters,” Smith shares the secrets that propelled him from playing music for cheeseburgers at a Dairy Queen to performing for the likes of President Barack Obama, President Trump and Ted Turner.
Drawing from his experience and lessons learned from the creative arts, Martial arts and his spiritual journey, Smith illustrates how anyone can take control of their future and succeed on their own terms.
Writing in a voice from the heart, Smith teaches us how to cultivate the creative spirit, stay true to a vision and do work the matters regardless of our circumstances. Be prepared to be entertained, inspired and educated. “Let’s Rock ’n’ Roll.”
“I read your book in two nights! Fastest I have ever read a book of any kind. I found it very interesting and motivating.
I plan on passing it on to many of my friends in and around dentistry. I was amazed at how much this book pertained to what I do.”
– Dr. Bo Cooper
“Going through a transition time & your writing made me start thinking about what I really want to do/accomplish. I’ve always been a very hard worker, dedicated & 100% committed to what I’m doing, but have never seriously considered what I want to do. It’s never occurred to me that was a choice I could make. Thanks for sharing your experience & accumulated knowledge.”
– Marty Kearns
“Absolutely loved this book. It is concise, enjoyable and inspirational. I am reading it for the second time.”
– Amazon review
“Easy read, Thoughtful, insightful, good rules for a full life. Highly recommend.”
– Amazon review
“Rock ‘n’ Roll Martial Arts & God by Dennis Lee Smith is a must read. Using lessons learned from his personal life becoming a successful band leader and entrepreneur, Smith develops helpful axioms for business and life in general. Photos of giants in the music world and Smith’s family add to the enjoyment of the read.” – M. Robson, MD