Do you find yourself stuck in the humdrum of everyday life? Maybe you feel complacent or stagnant in your current situation; you have the desire to make changes but have no tangible method for doing so. If you find yourself nodding along to the above statements, you’ve come to the right place. Beronica Parnham, author of “This Book Found You,” has also been in that proverbial rut. She has created this book for readers, just like you, to unlock their spirituality, break the chain of self-limiting beliefs, and discover their full potential. … More “This Book Found You!” by Beronica Parnham
A self-help book that offers a potent blend of powerful anecdotes, wisdom, and succor, “A Fraction Stronger: Finding Belief and Possibility in Life’s Impossible Moments” is an eloquent self-help memoir that follows the author’s road to recovery after a tragic bicycle accident. … More “A Fraction Stronger” by Mark Berridge
In “Becoming the Bank,” author Chad Robinson seeks educate and offer solutions to investors beyond the traditional sense. Creating a guide to operating in the private lending space, Robinson provides definitions, insights, and expert knowledge for others to gain comfort in diving into this investment opportunity, well beyond that of the stock market and other passive investment vehicles. … More “Becoming the Bank” by Chad Robinson
Bruce McCombs is an alum of Oracle Corporation, an expert in enterprise software sales, and is an award winning certified coach, through the International Coaching Federation, helping sales leaders improve their performance.
Bruce published his first book, How to Become a $1 Million Enterprise Sales Leader in 2020. How to be Happy on Mondays is his latest book, published in June 2022.
Bruce is a decorated ballroom dancer, mentor, philanthropist, and speaker. His favorite title is servant leader. … More Meet the Author! A Conversation with Bruce McCombs, Author of “How to Be Happy on Mondays”
Have you ever misunderstood what others meant by what they say? Have you ever felt misunderstood by your partner, friend, coworker? Have the people in your life not understood why certain things are important to you? Have you questioned why others find certain things important to them? “Emotional Magnetism” might be just the tool you need to help you and the others in your life better understand each other. … More “Emotional Magnetism: How to Communicate to Ignite Connection in Your Relationships” by Sandy Gerber
Bruce McCombs uses his charming humor and leadership savvy to teach readers about what it takes to succeed in all facets of life. Bruce takes us down memory lane by sharing stories of his childhood—from his humble beginnings, being raised by a single mother who worked three jobs to climbing the corporate ladder; he shares how a positive mindset and a strong work ethic helped him flourish. … More “How to Be Happy on Mondays” by Bruce McCombs
Laura Kerr is a former psychotherapist who specializes in sensorimotor psychotherapy. She is a woman who has experienced trauma in her life. Her degrees, professional work, and life experiences led to a conviction to write “Trauma’s Labyrinth.” … More “Trauma’s Labyrinth” by Laura K. Kerr
Are you that person who makes huge promises to yourself to do that thing, whatever it is, before you die and then doesn’t give it a second thought? Or maybe you are so immersed in the everyday grind that having a silly list has never entered your realm of thinking. Donna McCart Welser wants readers to not only think about this list but start actively pursuing it. … More “Rue’s Butterfly” by Donna McCartWelser
“Go Forward, Support!” looks, at first glance, like its purpose is to inform, educate, and possibly gather new fans who will “support” the game of rugby. That’s when you keep reading and notice the tagalong, “the Rugby of Life,” which might confuse you as you wonder how your life can be compared to a sport that you might have never heard of before, let alone know anything about. After reading Rosemary A. Schmidt’s words, however, it’s clear how rugby and the game of life have many similarities. Schmidt is a seasoned veteran of the sport with an evident passion for its past, present, and future. … More “Go Forward, Support! The Rugby of Life” by Rosemary A. Schmidt
Through the framework that Dr. Eigel provides in her book “Values First” we are given something both personal and important to managers and organizations as we get to know ourselves and understand the best way to align our work with our values. Dr. Eigel asks us hard questions surrounding what we value, how we prioritize our week around these values, and how our actions align, etc. … More “Values First” by Laura Eigel