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Kevin Hall is a highly sought-after business consultant, speaker, and coach. He was a partner in Franklin Quest, makers of the Franklin Day planner. As vice president of Sales and training, he helped fuel Franklin's worldwide growth. He has been recognized for his groundbreaking approach to uncovering the hidden, and often secret, meanings of words. Kevin is also credited with wordsmithing, and trademarking, the original slogan for the 2002 olympic Winter Games, "Ignite the Fire Within." He has been featured in Forbes magazine, Worth magazine, Nation's Restaurant News, Restaurant Business, and on the Food network.
Kevin and his wife, Sherry, are the proud parents of six children. He enjoys cycling, running, flyfishing, cooking, and reading.
After reading this book I immediately got a copy for all my clients and friends.
Kevin Hall shares his personal experiences and those of others to inspire the reader through the power of words to use our fullest potential during our life's journey.
It is very well written and unlike any other self improvement book I have ever read.
This book is a must read, in my humble opinion, for anyone who is interested in the power of language. I put it in the top 5 of the last 1000 books I have readPublished 23 days ago by Richard M. Tillmann
I loved this book and have given it away a dozen times to friends and business associates .. I refer back to it oftenPublished 2 months ago by J. Michael Smith
This is and excellent book, it is not a book that you read once and put on the shelf this is a book for learning and Aspiring to be better with one's self and others. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Incredible self guided 'tour' into better understanding yourself. I have begun the journey of meeting with each of those mentors that have helped me better understand myself and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by C. Pachniak
This was great and had me searching for more books in the genre! A little annoying sometimes that everybody and their mother is a CEO of something, but for the most part, not... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Victor
I gave this book away to a friend as I did not enjoy it, at all. I didn't like the "voice" of the author and how he wrote out all of his own thoughts about the concepts in... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kathy Dreiblatt