In The Aerospace Professor Memoir, Jeffery Battle was born into a post-slavery home with only one wood-burning stove for cooking and heating and no indoor toilet or plumbing.
The Aerospace Professor
The Aerospace Professor autobiography is now available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and many of your favorite exchanges. An audiobook version is also available on Scribd, Google Play, Audiobooks, Kobo, and Chirp, among other platforms.
The Aerospace Professor found strength in his or her connections, both direct and indirect, regardless of the severity of any particular experience. Learn more about Taraji P. Henson, the Tuskegee Airman General Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm, John Mellencamp, Charlie Wilson, the Civil Rights Activist Golden Frinks, Oprah Winfrey, the United States Air Force, The Haliwa-Saponi Tribe, Representative John D. Hall, and Brooke Simpson (The Voice). Always remember to “Look Above.”
According to Jeffery Battle, author of The Aerospace Professor, “We Cannot Rise Above, Until We Begin to Look Above.” His life experiences and autobiography are where, despite the gravity of the individual events, an incredible number of adverse circumstances and perceived setbacks revealed unlikely success stories. The emotional and compelling journeys of an Adjunct Professor, a veteran with a service-connected disability, and a prostate cancer survivor are chronicled in the autobiography The Aerospace Professor’s chapters from childhood to adulthood.
The personal memoir of the Aerospace Professor is provocative and a collection of dramatic, emotional, and gripping journeys from childhood to adulthood. The autobiography resembles the life of a Tom Hanks movie character like Forrest Gump with a little imagination. Both The Aerospace Professor and Forrest Gump Similar to what a Tom Hanks character like Forrest Gump would experience, The Aerospace Professor simply continues his real-life experiences.
The Aerospace Professor (Jeffery Battle) and The Aerospace Professor Company are the “Man and the Brand” that the title of the show refers to. Adjunct Professor Battle holds two Bachelor of Science degrees, one in General Engineering and the other in Professional Aeronautics, as well as a Master of Business Administration in Aviation (MBA/A).
“Look Above” is The Aerospace Professor’s mantra. For The Aerospace Professor, the phrase “Look Above” means that every day, everyone should try to perform at a higher level or at least above what they had originally intended.
Jeffery Battle explains we should do our very best every day. Ask yourself what “Look Above” means to you right now and get excited about life! This will keep you motivated. Remember to help others and give back.
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