“This book is an accurate synthesis of a treasure chest of scholarly work. It is written in an honest and conversational style. It is the product of significant insight. Paul Heacock is, indeed, a town father who will raise global well-being.” —MariaMore“This book is an accurate synthesis of a treasure chest of scholarly work. It is written in an honest and conversational style.
It is the product of significant insight. Paul Heacock is, indeed, a town father who will raise global well-being.” —Maria Hunt, PhD Professor of Psychology, Avila University“Paul has a great memory for humorous anecdotes...they bring home the points.”—Paula Kay, W. Kay and Associates“Very well written and extremely easy to understand and implement. To me, this is the BASIC training for life skills and reminds me in many ways of my experience in military basic training.
If we wanted to survive basic, all of the trainees in my flight had to work together or suffer the consequences, meaning we had to put our differences aside and make it work”.—Danny Walker, Chief Master Sergeant (retired), Air National Guard“I enjoyed reading this book. It reminded me of concepts I had forgotten and I also learned some new things. I really liked the examples and good use of humor and anecdotes.”—Jim Temme, Author, Trainer, Speaker and Consultant“It was a pleasure reading BASIC Leadership and Relationship Strategies and giving thought to the excellent content.
The examples and stories really add clarity and color to the material.”—Dave Wine, President and CEO MutualAid eXchange“This labor of love is very thought provoking and right on point. An excellent job capturing the core of leadership development.”—Bob Gibson, President and CEO (retired), Medical ProtectiveThis is a great summary of Pauls life, what he has learned, how he actually lives. Indeed, its a great reflection on a life well lived. A good guide for all.”—Cary Phillips, President and Founder, CP1 Consulting, LCC“Enjoy the read. If you’re young, applying these concepts can immediately better your life and relationships.
If you are in the middle of your working life, application of these ideas will make the remainder of your career and relationships more fulfilling. Even if you’re “mature” like Paul and me, applying these great ideas to your relationships will significantly enhance the “golden years”.—Dale Hotze, Managing Director, AFM International