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Peanut Butter Principles: 47 Leadership Lessons Every Parent Should Teach Their Kids Kindle Edition

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About the Author

Eric Franklin has a passion for empowering people to maximize their abilities and opportunities. He has started several successful companies in the areas of information technology, waste management, music and entertainment, management consulting, healthcare, and restaurants. He is sought out for his expertise as a business coach and speaker through his Getting Past Go lecture series and is Chairman of the Southern Maryland Workforce Investment Board.

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  • File Size: 3944 KB
  • Print Length: 232 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0615912826
  • Publisher: Everilis Books (November 20, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 20, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GT0FMHG
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Eric Franklin had his first taste of leadership during a summer job when at age 16, he was appointed supervisor to over 200 peer employees at his local amusement park. He has been on a mentoring roller coaster ride ever since. Although Eric has held a multitude of distinguished positions over the years and is currently CEO/owner of several successful businesses that operate across the U.S., his core values are as basic to the soul as a peanut butter sandwich is to a hungry appetite. Eric's formal education has earned him a Bachelor's degree in biology from Hampton University and a Master's in procurement and acquisitions from Webster University. His family and community have been the most influential in imparting upon him the character traits that have enabled him to be so successful. When Eric isn't busy with writing, business coaching and running several businesses, his ideal scenario for a day would be he, his wife and 3 kids, eating fresh seafood on a tropical island, with of course, the family dog and cat close at hand. An accomplished musician, Eric would end the day by playing a few of his favorite music selections on the piano. Eric also enjoys the simple things in life, like peanut butter.

Eric is a staunch advocate for STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Math) education and serves on the Southern Maryland Higher Education Council. However, Eric is concerned that with the increased technical proficiency of our students, basic character and life principles are not being taught. He sought to develop resources would be embraced by parents and other mentors and shared with the young people in their lives to ensure a firm foundation for the next generation of great leaders.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth on January 25, 2014
Format: Paperback
"Peanut Butter Principles" by Eric Franklin is a very insightful and encouraging book. Mr. Franklin touches on some very good points on how to encourage children and others to reach their full potential. In Chapter 16, Mr. Franklin brings up his faith and points out something I, myself have learned, that, like the title of the chapter, "Faith Makes all Things Possible Not Easy", is very true. As the author points out, our journey to reach our full potential and to make our lives a success is not easy, but with hard work and perseverence it is possible. Mr. Franklin speaks about how to build up the child's self esteem when helping them. He mentions that they should think for themselves as opposed to giving the child the answers or completing a task for them. Mr. Franklin tells us the importance of persevering in our endeavors and not giving up so easily.

I agree with "Peanut Butter Principles" by Mr. Eric Franklin. Thank you sir, for a very enlightening book, which I, myself can take into account for my own life. I highly recommend "Peanut Butter Principles" by Eric Franklin for anyone, not just parents, teachers or mentors. It has some very excellent guidelines anyone can put to use in their lives. "Peanut Butter Principles" by Eric Franklin is most definitely 'my cup of tea'!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jeannette R Fitzwater on February 17, 2014
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I just read this book after sending my last child out of the nest. I only wish I could have read it years ago...it would be a great motivator during those tough years. In thinking about my three kids, these are the three princlples that I have seen play out for them:

#10 The difference between a goal and a dream is a deadline.
#12 Talent and intellect does always add up to success. Perseverance does.
#20 Don't worry about what you don't know. Do what you know.

Thanks for "putting your thoughts to paper"
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Mitton on November 7, 2014
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Eric Franklin has written a truly useful book for instilling success oriented character traits in your children through 47 Leadership Lessons. In the preface he writes that he grew up 'solidly middle class' and it shows in his lessons. There's nothing here about attachment theory or evolutionary psychology. Instead he has chapters titled Life Is Not Fair. Get Over It, and Your Life Is Not a Rehearsal. My favorite is Everything Happens For A Reason, But Sometimes The Reason Is You're Stupid And You Make Poor Decisions. In five sections he walks readers through principles about self, talent, life lessons, relationships, and good choices. The text is breezy and to the point and Franklin draws widely from his own experiences.

Your grandparents probably took most of these lessons as self evident. You and your parents a little less so. Much of this will be entirely foreign to your children. But just like the new economy and new math we continue to learn that there is nothing new and that there are no short cuts to success and good character. Franklin gives an excellent path for parents and their children.

Hopefully parents will read it to each other as well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By kewan lewis on June 25, 2014
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"Eric Franklin has opened my eyes to the power of leadership lessons. As a father of three and a businessman, it's hard to find books that apply to both aspects of my life. Peanut Butter Principles does that and more. The 47 leadership lessons will teach you basic human truths: take responsibility for yourself, what a goal truly is, wisdom for your journey, and many more. When we apply the principles in this book, we don't just change our lives, we change the lives of the people we love and have influence over... Kewan L. Lewis Marketing Specialist
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joelle Polisky on June 9, 2014
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This was a great book sharing insightful life lessons you can pass on to your kids. Since it takes a village to raise a child, this is a great book to pass around to family members, neighbors, teachers, etc. So many great tips to share with your child. Great conversation starters for your child!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By N. Cooksey on February 8, 2014
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The best lessons are the things that are most obvious but when stated makes one think of them in a different way. The Peanut butter Principles is a book that does exactly that. Well written & certainly great principles to not only teach your children but to live by as an adult as well.
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Eric Franklin's Peanut Butter Principles is simply outstanding! With its succinct focus, process-oriented style, and easily applicable lessons, I highly recommend this book for ANYONE who has ever been, is being, and will ever be a parent and/or guardian. Furthermore, I STRONGLY recommend this as required reading for a yearlong PLC (Professional Learning Community discussion in any K-12 and post-secondary environment. Assistant Principals, Principals, Curriculum Facilitators, Professional Development Coaches, Superintendents etc., use this book with your staff!!!!!! My husband serves as a high school assistant principal, and I am a former high school principal and current college instructor. Given our careers, coupled with our honorable title as parents of children at various stages of their lives, I am eternally grateful for the captivating wealth of information Mr. Franklin has chosen to share with the world through these easily relatable, and candid messages that some parents may not have even been aware - including us!! What makes the reading even more relatable is the homage Mr. Franklin pays to both his parents and his own family. He takes pages out of his own playbook!!! You won't regret this reference tool!!!
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