10 Steps to Energizing Your Business and Your Life

A Commonsense Guide to Stay Successfully Engaged in Your Business and Your Life

by Daniel S. Fowler


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Book Details

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Publication Date : 9/24/2009

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 84
ISBN : 9781440169168
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 84
ISBN : 9781440169175

About the Book

"Succinct, informative and approachable, Dan Fowler's latest book is as down-to-earth as it is a blueprint for getting ahead in any business. His observations and suggestions regarding the importance of quality staff and statesmanship are bedrock concepts for managers and small businesses.''

─Bill Milligan
President, Call Newspapers

This book was conceived for veteran businesspeople that need to re-energize their business and their life. The ten steps outlined in this book will make it easier for anyone to succeed as a veteran businessperson. It’s critical to learn how to focus on what’s important in life and to carry it out in a balanced, productive way.

This book doesn’t contain or uncover any great revelations about being successful. Instead, it is written from the author’s thirty-three years of experience as a businessman in the insurance field, twenty years of involvement as a volunteer in the Mehlville School District and the example set by many of the people who he has worked with over the years.

You can’t get better unless you learn from your mistakes and then make the necessary changes in your life so it doesn’t happen again. Aging should be viewed as a good thing. We develop wisdom over the years and what we do with that knowledge is what this book is all about. It’s easy to get off course.

10 Steps to Energizing Your Business and Your Life will help you get back on track.


About the Author

Daniel S. Fowler graduated from the University of Missouri-St. Louis in 1976 with a BS in the Administration of Justice. After thirty years as an agent for American Family Insurance, he is committed to sharing what he has learned about what it takes to be successful. He and his wife, Sandy, have four children.