The Positive Impact of Your Book on Others Diversity Consultant and Author Rhodes Perry on the Unexpected Ways His Book Resonated With Readers Internationally Invisible Stories Season 2 Episode 9 with Rhodes Perry In today’s podcast I speak with the inspiring Rhodes Perry, entrepreneur, speaker, and author of
Engaging With Your Audience and Connecting With Your Readers “The Gay Leadership Dude” and Founder of TopDog Learning Group Dr. Steve Yacovelli on How He is Able to Get His Readers Interacting With His Book On a Whole New Level Invisible Stories Season 2 Episode 8 with Dr.
Leveraging Fears to Make Intentionally Brave Choices Life Coach Heather Vickery on Learning to Prioritize Her Writing and Empowering Herself as an Author Invisible Stories Season 2 Episode 7 with Heather Vickery Today’s podcast is with Heather Vickery, professional leadership and success coach, founder of Vickery & Co,
Kids Aren't Lazy by Lauren Haley Parents recognize their child’s unique abilities and strive to provide the best education, credentials, and life skills. Teachers notice the faith parents have in their child’s potential to contribute positively to the world. Still, even the most brilliant families wrestle with obstacles along the
An American Legacy by David Morse Racism, Nativism, and White Supremacy For many Americans, the rise of white supremacy is a recent phenomenon. The truth is quite the contrary. In this book, David R. Morse details how racism and nativism have been constants in America, from the founding of
Alzheimer's Matters by Terri Baumgardner A Caregiver's Guide Through Love & Learning It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when your loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia. The symptoms and progression of the disease vary from person to person, and there is so much you need to