Howard Brown is on the air around the world
VIDEO is a huge part of contemporary “publishing” and we encourage our authors to participate in as many video opportunities as possible in support of he books we publish. In fact, one of our newer books, Introducing Christian Ethics, available from Amazon, actually includes links to videos of author Dr. David Gushee presenting each chapter of the book. It’s our first completely multimedia book and also includes links to the audiobook version with each chapter.
Many of our authors understand the value of video and embrace the opportunity. For example, Howard Brown has been setting a blistering pace of accepting invitations to appear in podcasts and on videos. That’s natural for Howard, because he spent much of his career as a Silicon Valley entrepreneur circling the globe speaking to people in many venues.
Here’s a great example of the influential power of this kind of outreach. Howard recently was invited to appear on Nim Stant’s show Go All In for ABC 15 in Phoenix:
Care to learn more?
This is a perfect moment to become one of Howard’s growing global community of friends by ordering your copy of his book.
Here are other articles we have published, exploring the launch of this book:
Take a look at the book’s Foreword: ‘Shining Brightly’ Foreword by Dr. Robert J. Wicks: ‘Learn anew about the American Dream’
Want a snack as you read? Howard Brown and Jennifer Bass: Shining Brightly 1 cookie at a time
Want a personalized copy of Howard’s book? Howard Brown helps readers personalize their gifts. (Get yours now.)
Babson College shares the news, because this book includes so many inspiring stories about the college’s unique approach to teaching entrepreneurship.
An inspiring story to share: Howard Brown shows us the power of mentors to pay it forward, generation to generation
And you’ll definitely want to see this video: Howard Brown appears on ABC 15 in Phoenix on Nim Stant’s Go All In.
Download (and free-to-share) resource guides for discussing Shining Brightly:
- First is What are the ‘Keys to Resiliency when Confronting Cancer?’ Howard is freely sharing resources from the Discussion Guide for his new book—a page that lists 18 keys to resiliency that have proven valuable in his life and in the lives of people he has mentored through cancer.
- Second is Why should we become mentors?
- And finally Interfaith Bridge Building: Why do this work?
What can these three lists inspire in our lives?
You’ll find lots of ideas you can use! Here’s one example from Detroit, where friends gathered to plant trees in honor of a friend.