Paddy’sWorld: A Charitable Life by the Author Paddy Shreeve has written a book titled “Paddy: A True Story of Two People Who Made a Difference”.
Paddy, a New Zealand father of four, is a founder of the Rotary Club of Auckland, and an entrepreneur in the Auckland market.
He has also founded the Paddy & Co. retail shop in Auckland, New Zealand, and his own company, Paddy International, which makes clothing and accessories for women.
Paddy started working as a photographer at the age of 17 and went on to teach photography at the Auckland School of Art, where he learned how to develop a business.
Paddys life has been one of constant change.
He says he has been in business since 1996, and has worked for a variety of companies including fashion brands, hotels, and restaurants.
“I have been doing the business from day one and have had a wonderful career,” Paddy says.
Paddy describes his first business as “a passion project” which he set out to create for himself and his family. “
My life has changed a lot and I can’t wait to get back out into the real world.”
Paddy describes his first business as “a passion project” which he set out to create for himself and his family.
“At that time, my only concern was to put my kids through college.
That was my main goal, to do it.”
Paddies main source of income has been through the Rotarians charitable trust.
PADDY’S WORLD: A TRUE STORY of TWO PEOPLE WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE is available in eBook, paperback and audio editions.
The book was released in India by Penguin Random House India on November 21, 2018.
The author says that Paddy has been a “great role model for many people” and that his work has helped millions around the world.
“He has changed the lives of many people and I am thankful to have met him many times,” Paddypower says.
Padding down for the night?
“You get up at 5:30am and start making sure your business is going.
I have got a lot of ideas for businesses that I will be working on as I am finishing up the book.
It will be a very exciting time to be able to work with Paddy again.”
PADDYS BOOK OF BRIEFING: “I feel lucky.
He is a great guy.
He makes me laugh, and he is always encouraging me.
And I think it is great that he is a very humble man, very hard working and very kind.
I would love to work for him again.”
The author’s daughter, who is a Paddy’s fan, says she hopes to read the book soon.
“As an editor, it gives me hope that we can make this book even better than it is right now,” she says.
The Rotary’s charity arm, the Rotaries International, has donated Paddys book to charity, and is giving Paddy a scholarship to travel the world as a part of the book tour.
PADIES BOOK OF BEAUTY: “Paddys story is one that has been well known to many of us for many years.
I am so grateful to him and to his family for helping to make it so,” PADDIES BOOK: “My husband and I were very fortunate to meet Paddy through our Rotarians trust.
We met Paddy while we were teaching photography at Auckland School Of Art.
Paddle was a very inspirational man.
He would never stop talking about what he loved about being a photographer, and about making photographs for people.
He was so funny and he was so compassionate.
I think that is why he made us the best of friends.”