A course that carries the number 101 is recognized as an introductory course. Students learn the basics in the particular field: math, sociology, chemistry, etc. Today’s program showcases two individuals each of whom has written a “101” book in vastly different areas. Dr. Pamela Antoinette Larde, Assistant Professor of Research and Higher Education at Mercer University, is the founder of EmpowerMe! College Prep, an educational consulting company that provides services to college bound students of all ages to help them gain admission into the schools that best fit their strengths, aspirations and personality. Pamela describes her first book Letters to the Broken Hearted as an essential handbook (read 101) of woman-to-woman advice about how to refocus, rebuild and relove after a relationship is really, really over.
Jim Villwock, a former Fortune 500 global executive, is the founder of Job Doctors International™ and the creator of Integrated Success™ which is the new model for Organizational and Individual Success. His company’s processes and programs called Teampreneurship™ and Jobpreneurship™ help organizations and individuals reach their potential. Jim’s book carries the title Jobpreneurship 101: From College to Dream Jobs.
Listen in and gain insights on how 2 professionals crafted 101 books and be encouraged by their experiences to do the same.