Kurt A. David played professional basketball in Europe and now possesses an advanced degree in counseling. Kurt resides in Metro Detroit with his wife and daughters where he is a Keynote Speaker, Internationally Certified Sports Counselor, Author, Transition Consultant for Professional & Olympic Athletes, and TV Host/Producer of the FROM GLORY DAYS SHOW.
The Messy Middle addresses something that is far too often ignored: the struggle that always comes when doing something significant to advance the Kingdom of God. Stephanie O’Brien shares a wide variety of true stories that will encourage and inspire the readers to work through the challenging parts of important work. She provides encouragement and empowers readers to help them make it through the challenges that come when doing any great work. Readers will learn how to keep the faith and stay on course, even when the middle seems too messy.
People are a business’s most important asset, but when it comes to hiring, practices are wildly out-of-date, relying on the same wisdom that has been used for over fifty years. It’s time to update how we recruit—by focusing on people, not process. Steve Lowisz, Founder & CEO of Qualigence International, shares his insights in this transformational read.
Kim created a succesful memory development program while serving in a leadership role at a Fortune 40 company. She then left the corporate arena to share this process and touch the lives of others. The profound results of her program helped her get featured on over 100 radio and TV shows, including WJR’s Paul W. Smith and Dick Clark’s TV special “America’s Dream Makers.” She now speaks nationally, sharing EmpowerMind’s successes with youth and adults.
Little Joey Goes to Camp is the heartwarming story of a foster child who teaches other children to be brave, to live life to the fullest, and that God’s love never fails!
There is no escaping work, it is an essential part of life. It doesn’t matter if you work for an organization or for yourself, the key to enjoying the work that you do is finding the impact it has on others. It doesn’t matter what title you hold, what industry you are in, or what your name badge says, your work has purpose. Highly engaged employees are those who have found the connection between their life’s purpose and their work’s purpose. Davin Salvagno shares stories and experiences from his 20 year journey in leadership, along with insights from interviews with CEOs and business leaders who have fostered high performing cultures of purpose.