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September 1, 2014


I am currently on an international book tour. I thought this post would be appropriate because it highlights EVERYDAY HEROES from many places across our globe.

This video proves that EVERYDAY HEROES come in all shapes and sizes, and from all over the planet. It also makes a point I have made in the past: EVERYDAY HEROES don’t have to wear military uniforms. They can be everyday people who, when confronted with an obstacle or challenge, can rise to the occasion and do remarkable things. Sometimes, as in the case of some of the EVERYDAY HEROES in this video, they risk their own lives to perform extraordinary feats.

Perhaps I will come across an EVERYDAY HERO on my travels.


Please view the video at the following link and share with your friends. I guarantee you it’s worth 4 minutes of your time.

Joseph Badal worked for 38 years in the financial services industry, retiring in 2007 after 6 years as a director and senior executive of a New York Stock Exchange-listed company.

Before he began his finance career, Joe was a decorated Army officer for 6 years, with tours of duty in Vietnam and Greece.

He also served in the New Mexico House of Representatives.

In addition to his award-winning seven suspense novels, he has written short stories which were published in the Uncommon Assassins and the Someone Wicked anthologies. He is a member of International Thriller Writes and Southwest Writers Workshop, and was recently named “One of the 50 Best Authors You Should be Reading.” His novel, The Lone Wolf Agenda, was awarded 1st prize for suspense fiction in the 2013 New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards.


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