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Aspire Software Author and Co-Founder Kevin R. Kehoe Announces ‘One Hit Wonder’ Book with Life Lessons for 2022 Graduates and Readers

To provide students, entrepreneurs and readers with invaluable life and business lessons, author, thought leader and cancer survivor Kevin Kehoe officially announces the launch of his new book for “One Hit Wonder”.

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., May 12, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — In tune with the 2022 graduation season, author, entrepreneur, co-founder of Aspire Software and cancer survivor Kevin R. Kehoe officially announces the launch of his self-help memoir: “One Hit Wonder: The Real-Life Adventures of an Average Guy and the Lessons He Learned Along the Way”. This book is honest, irreverent, entertaining and humorous with Kehoe’s journey of adventure as the fictional character “Forrest Gump.” And the author’s stimulating experiences will provide readers with some simple “rules of life”.

Readers can learn more about Kehoe’s “One Hit Wonder” philosophies and wisdom in the 37 short story chapters. As a “risk-taking maverick,” the author provides insightful insights into personal challenges, professional adversity, creativity, and innovation over his 35-year career as a consultant, entrepreneur, and co-founder of Aspire Software… a place where more than 125 jobs and careers were created before Kehoe sold the company in 2021.

Kehoe adds, “It can take years to reach a defining moment of success. For many ‘One Hit Wonders,’ like musicians, success doesn’t define their life or legacy. In fact, many of these musical artists have produces a catalog of works well beyond the top of the list.The true story of a one-time hit wonder should focus on a lifetime’s work, as well as the legacy of this mega-hit that will be always special and memorable. And the genius of the one-hit wonder is actually the daily commitment to a mission and vision that results in success.”

As an example, Kehoe’s short “One Hit Wonder” chapters are about ten pages each and include:

With education and learning constantly changing, especially during the pandemic, Kehoe encourages 2022 graduates and readers to take a hard look at their life, mission, and choices to determine what they are ready to do and to sacrifice in order to succeed.

Yes Kevin Kehoe gave a graduation speech, his seven pieces of advice would include:

  • 1. “You have to master yourself first before you can master relating to others. Mastering presentation and listening skills is a good place to start.”

  • 2. “Success often depends on the people you are most closely associated with, so take the time to check in and build trust with your closest friends. The right people at the right time can make all the difference in your hit.”

  • 3. “Be prepared for disappointment and failure…a lot. You will make mistakes and those you trust will throw you under the bus…bad things happen, just be ready to move on without looking back .”

  • 4. “If you can, find a mentor who can tell you the truth with ‘No BS’ about your strengths and weaknesses…and if you can’t find one, lessons learned the hard way are also very helpful.”

  • 5. “Be prepared to adapt both physically and mentally to the bumps. As an eight-year stage IV cancer survivor, my focus is on ‘What do I do next and avoid falling into this hole? bunny from Why me’.”

  • 6. “Seek experiences and take risks with the right idea and the right people so that you have the opportunity to look back into the future and share with those people the memory of having done something great”.

  • 7. “Celebrate and cherish your life and relationships every day.”

As a business thought leader, Kehoe adds, “We’re not all geniuses like the Beatles, but taking risks and showing up every day can make your life rich. the swimming pool first. The deep end is never as deep as we think, at least that’s my experience. In fact, it can be easier to fail because the lessons learned from going all-in will be truly lasting and memorable.”

BOOK WEBSITE – “One Hit Wonder”

“One Hit Wonder: The Real-Life Adventures of an Average Guy and the Lessons He Learned Along the Way” (November 2021)


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IN REGARDS TO: Kevin R. Kehoe (Scottsdale, AZborn in New York) is an inspirational author (“One Hit Wonder”), co-founder of Aspire Software, entrepreneur and cancer survivor, who was born and raised in New York Cityand lived most of his life in Southern California with stops in Florida and Texas, along the way. Kehoe’s personal “One Hit Wonder” co-founded Aspire Software in 2013 with Marc Tipton, which was sold in 2021 to ServiceTitan. Kehoe is the grandson of Irish immigrants, the eldest of six children, who survived Catholic schools and nuns, two marriages, six layoffs, motorcycle accidents and stage IV cancer . His life experiences have included being an altar boy, altar boy, business consultant and entrepreneur, motorcycle racer, surfer and marathon runner. As a SUNY Stony Brook graduate, Southern Methodist University and ASU Thunderbird School, Kehoe now lives in Arizona with his wife Lorraine. Kevin has a daughter who lives in Saint Louis. Fun fact, Kevin likes coffee in the morning and tequila in the evening. His personal goal and mission for “One Hit Wonder” is to “leave the earth in a better place than I entered it.” For more information, follow author Kevin Kehoe on Facebook and LinkedIn or visit https://

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