Jay Floyd is a rising motivational speaker and life coach whose books are building blocks designed to show us how to begin living a bold and assertive life that pleases God.
His newest book "The Driver's Seat" is an instructional guide on how to get out of the backseat of our lives and take an active role in our journeys. Designed to help readers who find themselves not having much control over their situations and not quite living in their purpose to make a bold, positive life change. The book is laid out in steps and acts as a "driver's ed", even offering pages for notes as we go along.
The Unofficial Guide to Fatherhood is his second book which outlines the pressures, expectations and challenges of being a father. As fathers, we want to give the best to our children. This book helps to add to the much-needed growing dialog among fathers in today's culture. Written by a group of 9 (fathers), this book combines personal anecdotes with highly useful tips to provide readers with a resource for relating, growing and learning as we all strive to be the best father, caregiver, friend and teacher a child could have.
His debut book, the memoir entitled The Poet Who Watched the Whole Parade, can be seen as a window allowing a reader a unique yet true to the core view of the harsh yet beautiful realities of one life. Although primarily about Jay Floyd and the loved ones he lost; it is something highly relateable to any reader. This book is a reflection of his journey through life and the parade of those that impacted him deeply.
Jay Floyd beautifully uses words to paint vivid pictures and make analogies that help readers connect the concepts to real life. His work consistently delves into aspects of human nature and he presents, for readers, a unique take on life and with the ultimate bold message: love is the ultimate victory regardless of what you have been though.