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Paying Victory’s Price
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Despite being legally blind for over forty years, Roger Lambert drew from his experiences from a 27 year career as a basketball coach in his hometown of Allegan Michigan, while writing his book entitled Paying Victory’s Price. As an author Lambert discusses the price of success. He points out to his readers, that victory and success are never cheap. Despite this Lambert says, “No matter what obstacle stands between you and your victory, you’ll find that the wide variety of success stories included in this book will be helpful in motivating you to reach beyond the obstacle in your way.” The book also includes tools to help you on the path to success, motivational quotes, and Biblical examples.

Lambert challenges the reader to dream big dreams, while providing the hope necessary to accomplish those dreams. Lambert chose to self-publish his book by using Create Space Publishing, a division of Amazon.com.
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Don't Box Me In: Roger Lambert

In Paying Victory's Price, Roger Lambert challenges the reader to determine what victories and successes they desire in their life. Upon making this determination, he exhorts them to identify and develop a dream that will serve as their motivating force, to push them on toward their goals.
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Roger Lambert
Roger Lambert despite being legally blind is a middle school basketball coach in his hometown of Allegan, Michigan. Coach Lambert recently received the Wolverine Conference of Southwest Michigan's award for twenty years of coaching service at various levels of middle school and high school basketball in both the boys and girls programs. As a coach, a minister, and a public speaker, Roger's words of inspiration have caused young people, church members, and entrepreneurs to renew their dedication to the victories and successes they desire. Roger is supported by his wife Vicki, his daughter Rachel, and his sons John, Clinton, and Jordan.

Paying Victory's Price