Atlanta, Ga., Apr 29, 2018 / 15:14 pm
While colleges students may frequently find themselves offered worn-out adages on how to find success, a book by entrepreneur and philanthropist Frank J. Hanna goes beyond the clichés to help graduates focus on the things that really matter in life.
Hanna, the CEO of Hanna Capital, is the author of "A Graduate's Guide to Life: Three Things They Don't Teach You in College That Could Make All the Difference."
In addition to his success as a merchant banker, Hanna is known for his philanthropy, particularly his commitment to Catholic education and evangelization. He is an EWTN board member. CNA is part of the EWTN family.
Amazon describes the book, released last year, by saying, "The college years are often referred to as the best years of your life. Author Frank J. Hanna believes your best years are still ahead of you, but only if you have a strategy for living that goes beyond what you learned in school."