The Embroidery Coach Shows Others How to Be Successful Small Businesses

  • Joyce Jagger also helped the Apparel & Design Department at Rhode Island School of Design add Embroidery with their curriculum.
  • Summary: Joyce Jagger, The Embroidery Coach, successful entrepreneur and embroidery business coach, offers guidance to embroidery business owners

    Binghamton, NY: Award-winning business owner, Joyce Jagger, The Embroidery Coach, is known for her expert guidance aiding small embroidery businesses to become successful enterprises and works to make a definitive difference in their lives.

    Small businesses, defined by National Small Business Week, are vital to the U.S. economy and make critical contributions according the 1963 proclamation by the President of the U.S.  National Small Business Week, held from April 30-May 2017, highlights the more than half Americans who either own or work for a small business, therefore creating two out of every three new jobs in the U.S. each year.

    As part of National Small Business Week, the U.S. Small Business Administration takes the opportunity to highlight the impact of outstanding entrepreneurs, small business owners, and others from all 50 states and U.S. territories. Every day, they’re working to grow small businesses, create 21st century jobs, drive innovation, and increase America’s global competitiveness.

    Joyce’s expertise comes into play by teaching embroidery business owners how to discover the secret to an easy embroidery business through workshops, online training, and more. 

    Joyce’s workshop and bookkeeping system also educates businesses on uncovering which areas of their embroidery businesses are profitable and not profitable through online training and 1 on 1 coaching.

    For more information on Joyce’s bookkeeping system and workshops to be prepared for your embroidery business needs, go to http://theembroiderycoach.com/embroidery-business-bookkeeping-system.

    About Joyce Jagger, The Embroidery Coach:

    Joyce Jagger is an award-winning business owner and coach to commercial embroidery businesses. As The Embroidery Coach, Joyce teaches new businesses how to start on the right path, and existing businesses how to increase their bottom line. Her goal is to see that every embroiderer has the right systems, processes, and tools in place to prevent them from making the same costly mistakes she made.

    Joyce’s business offers multiple video trainings, onsite training, and she has a book called “The Truth About Embroidery Business Success.” She has also written articles for Wearables Magazine (formerly Stitches Magazine) and speaks at various tradeshows in the industry.

    Joyce has received numerous awards for her work as The Embroidery Coach. Stitches Magazine honored Joyce in June of 2010 with the distinction of being one of “20 Creative Thinkers.” In December 2010, Stitches Magazine ranked her at #28 of the 56 “Most Powerful People” in the apparel decorating industry. Stitches Magazine honored Joyce again in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 as one of the “75 Most Influential People in the apparel decorating industry.”

    Joyce Jagger also helped the Apparel & Design Department at Rhode Island School of Design add Embroidery with their curriculum. For additional information on Joyce Jagger – http://theembroiderycoach.com.

    To schedule an interview with Joyce:

    Contact her publicist: Sandy Lawrence at 281.989.8892 or at sandylawrence@perceptivemarketing.com.

    Contact Detail:

    Company Name: Perceptive Public Relations
    Contact Person: Sandy Lawrence
    Email: sandylawrence@perceptivemarketing.com
    Phone No: 2819898892
    Address: 13202 Dogwood Blossom Trail
    City: Houston
    State: Texas
    Country: United States
    Website Url: www.perceptivepublicrelations.com


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    HOUSTON SPEAKER DALLAS LOUIS SPEAKS ABOUT IMPACT OF DIVORCE ON CHILDREN

  • My position is about your behavior and choosing to be an adult.
  • Summary: Dallas Louis makes it her mission to educate people about the impact of divorce on children and families

    Houston, TX – Having grown up in two homes after her parents divorced, Dallas Louis makes it her mission to educate people about the impact of divorce on children. Using the analogy of how broken crayons can still color, this Houston author, speaker and blogger, also mom and wife, helps children of divorce see the opportunity to live into their full adult potential.

    During the Easter season, we often focus on beautiful colored eggs as a reminder of the new life that emerged from the tomb after the death of Christ. However, eggs can’t fulfill their purpose until they are cracked open. Whether their ultimate destination is to release a newborn chick or to become food, they don’t fulfill that function until they are cracked. Likewise, while we might enjoy the box full of new brightly colored crayons, crayons don’t fulfill their purpose of making art until they are used. In being used, they are often broken.

    Using the analogy of broken crayons that still color, Louis shares her thoughts about helping children when their parents divorce. She talks about how children are often broken by divorce, but like broken crayons are sometimes melted together, children are sometimes merged into new combinations of families. The melted-together crayons offer new coloring option. So too the divorce and re-marriage of birth parents can form new combinations of families that can enrich a child’s life.

    Divorce is one of life’s more painful experiences for everyone involved. In-laws struggle to know how or if to stay connected to former sons and daughters-in-law. Friends wonder if they should stay in touch with one or the other or neither of their divorced friends. But the real adjustment falls to the children who love both parents and have to shuffle back and forth between them. It is a time of many conflicting and complicated emotions and the situation really can’t be resolved easily. Louis knows this all to well, which is why she longs to engage others in conversations at retreats, church groups, spiritual gatherings or conferences.  “This is something I know. I can help them,” Louis said.

     “In fact, both my husband and I are products of divorce.  Between the both of us, we have had NINE parental influences through the years.  That total includes each time a parent remarried and divorced.  That did not leave us in a love triangle, it left us in a tangled, shapeless mess.”

    After she shared her perspective in a blog she discovered,  “The reader response was incredible to where they said ‘finally somebody is calling everybody out.’ My position is about your behavior and choosing to be an adult. My father used me deplorably against my mother. I don’t understand using children as pawns. It was all over the place when my parents divorced,” Louis said.

    Relying on her faith, for both she and her husband, Jeff, is how they continue to grow as a family with their three children.

    “God holds everything and is the center of all of it,” Louis said. “I’m fallen and sinful. My God is bigger than my sin and has my marriage in the palm of his hand. Your faith can get you through every day and even the worst days of your life.”

    To follow Louis on her blog, go to www.dallaslouis.com, on Twitter at @DallasLouis and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/WaitingOnNapTime

    ABOUT DALLAS LOUIS

    Dallas is committed to families and their success. She has a long history working at Trinity Lutheran Church and with Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) in Klein, Texas. Louis authored Girlfriends, Giggles & God, a 31-day women’s devotional in 2010 and The Mommy Diaries: How I’m Surviving Parenting Without Killing Anyone in 2012 to strengthen women in their daily lives.

    To schedule an interview or public speaking engagement with Dallas Louis, contact her publicist: 

    Sandy Lawrence

    281.989.8892

    sandy@perceptivepublicrelations.com

    Contact Detail:

    Company Name: Perceptive Public Relations
    Contact Person: Sandy Lawrence
    Email: sandylawrence@perceptivemarketing.com
    Phone No: 2819898892
    Address: 13202 Dogwood Blossom Trail
    City: Houston
    State: Texas
    Country: United States
    Website: www.perceptivepublicrelations.com


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    Houston’s Leading Latina Entrepreneur and Leadership Coach, Ivette Mayo, Releases New Book

  • “For many years, I have been working with various levels of executives, professional organizations and highly successful entrepreneurs; I am not surprised when fear and self-doubt is present.
  • Summary: Mayo, President of Yo Soy I Am, LLC. Launches “A 30 Day Guide to Your Power”
    in April set to empower readers

    Houston, TX. –  Fresh off her recent appearance as a featured speaker at #UnstoppableLATINAS NYC Leadership Summit, Ivette Mayo is thrilled to present her first book, A 30 Day Guide to Your Power: Powerful Outcomes through POWERFUL Words, at her upcoming launch events slated for April 13 and 19th in Houston, Texas.

    Book launch appearances and signings will be held on Thursday, April 13th from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at Hampton Inn, 5820 Katy Freeway in Houston and on Wednesday, April 19th at 11:30 a.m. – 1:00p.m. at MVM Meeting & Business Center, 13130 Memorial Drive in Houston. 

    Mayo’s goal is to guide readers to develop new behaviors that eliminate self-doubt, limited thinking and beliefs that block their path to purposeful success.

    “For many years, I have been working with various levels of executives, professional organizations and highly successful entrepreneurs; I am not surprised when fear and self-doubt is present.   We all have our issues. We are all going to have our problems. We are going to have our obstacles. There is one thing that you never want to do, and that is become a victim of your circumstances. You don’t want to become a victim of your DNA. You don’t want to become a victim of your environment. You must take control of your own life. You have the opportunity to be all you can be POWERFULLY,” said Mayo.

    To get your personally signed copy of Mayo’s book, please register at 

    www.eventbrite.com/e/book-signing-ivette-mayo-a-30-day-guide-to-your-power-tickets-33034218236.

    Mayo, the POWER ADVOCATE, is an award-winning entrepreneur, author, business strategist, leadership and development expert. She created Yo Soy I Am, LLC. in 2006, a training and consulting firm focused on supporting clients in creating the change they desire to obtain to grow, excel and succeed personally and professionally.  She was recently featured on Forbes.com  on importance of building the right relationships in business. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jpmorganchase/2017/03/17/finding-the-right-relationships-to-help-your-small-business-thrive/#165c46347d83

    Mayo is also the creator of Yo Soy Expressions, a line of bilingual notes cards celebrating the spirit of today’s modern Latina at www.yosoyexpressions.com and is the Founder of the POWER on HEELS Network – an online digital community on Facebook for women to share their POWER.

    More information is available at www.ivettemayo.com

    Social Media:

    Facebook: Ivette Mayo     

    Instagram: ivette_mayo

    Twitter: @ivettemayo    

    LinkedIn: Ivette Mayo

    Hashtag:  #POWERON

     ABOUT IVETTE MAYO:

    This bilingual award-winning entrepreneur that is always ready to leverage her 25 years of corporate experiences and expertise to link her clients to the skills they need to soar – personally and professionally.

    Mayo is also a certified member of the John Maxwell Leadership Team whose high-energy style makes her a sought-out speaker at events throughout the world on a variety of topics such as leadership, cultural awareness and to the empowerment of women.

    In 2016, Mayo was featured in the New York Times #1 Bestseller, “Self Made: Becoming Empowered, Self-Reliant, and Rich in Every Way.” In 2012, Mayo was appointed by the U.S. State Department to the Public Diplomat Program with the opportunity to share her expertise with women throughout the globe in the areas of business and entrepreneurship.

    To schedule an interview or public speaking engagement with Ivette Mayo, contact her publicist: 

    Sandy Lawrence at 281.989.8892 or by email at sandylawrence@perceptivemarketing.com.

    Contact Detail:

    Company Name: Perceptive Public Relations
    Contact Person: Sandy Lawrence
    Email: sandylawrence@perceptivemarketing.com
    Phone No: 2819898892
    Address: 13202 Dogwood Blossom Trail
    City: Houston
    State: Texas
    Country: United States
    Website Url: www.perceptivepublicrelations.com


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    Chair of Educational Leadership Department Pays Tribute to His Mother and Her History In Faith, Family, Friends, Freedom – The Life and Legacy of Daisy Harris Wade

  • Harris was pleased to be able to write this personal and poignant account of his mother’s life.
  • Summary: Harris’ tribute chronicles mother’s life as an icon and civil rights activist

    Houston, TX – Dr. Anthony Harris, Chair of Department of Leadership at Sam Houston State University and author of 6 books ranging from a children’s book to a two-part novel, wrote Faith, Family, Friends, Freedom – The Life and Legacy of Daisy Harris Wade to tell the story of his mother and her strides as a civil rights activist.

    Chronicling the life of Daisy Harris Wade is a notable read at any time and particularly following Black History Month, where the focus on how she participated in a tumultuous time in America’s struggle during the Civil Rights Movement.

    Set in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Harris uncovers the story of how Wade stood on the solid foundation of her Christian faith, love of her family, devotion to her friends, and an unwavering commitment to the struggle for freedom and civil rights.

    Harris was pleased to be able to write this personal and poignant account of his mother’s life. He also invited family members and friends to share their memories of her as well.  The result is a stunning collaborative project illustrating the depth and breadth of a well-lived life spanning 83 years.                       

    ABOUT Anthony J. Harris

    Anthony J. Harris, a college professor, lecturer and author, was born in Hattiesburg, Mississippi and was an active participant in the local Civil Rights Movement. He has also been a champion for ethical leadership for the greater part of his life.  Dr. Harris has published a of scholarly articles and 8 books including Fruits of a Disgraced Legacy, It’s What’s on the Inside, Gifts of Moments: Being Somebody to Somebody, and Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me ‘Round. In his books, he draws upon life lessons learned through love, injustice, leadership, and power.

    Dr. Harris has been featured on PBS in the documentary, Freedom Summer and conducts keynote addresses on topics pertaining to the Civil Rights Movement, the educational success of young black males and leadership. Since 2008, Dr. Harris has served as Professor of Education at Mercer University in Atlanta, Georgia. He and his wife, Smithenia, have two adult children, Ashley and Michael.

    For more information, to schedule an interview or receive a review copy of the book:

    Contact Sandy Lawrence, Publicist

    sandy@perceptivepublicrelations.com

    281-9898892

    Contact Detail:

    Company Name: Perceptive Public Relations
    Contact Person: Sandy Lawrence
    Email: sandylawrence@perceptivemarketing.com
    Phone No: 2819898892
    Address: 13202 Dogwood Blossom Trail
    City: Houston
    State: Texas
    Country: United States
    Website Url: www.perceptivepublicrelations.com


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    TEXAS AUTHOR RELEASES AWARD WINNING NARRATIVE OF A WOMAN’S PROGRESS IN LATEST HISTORIC NOVEL

  • “Not only are reading and writing important life skills for women, they also give us the voice to tell our unique stories,” says Bernhard.
  • Summary:A Good Girl is the perfect inspiration for Women’s History Month as Author Johnnie Bernhard showcases the growth of Gracey Reiter learning from her grandmother’s hand-written family accounts

    Houston, TX – Sharing her latest novel, A Good Girl is how award-winning novelist, Johnnie Bernhard, is doing her part to contribute to Women’s History Month.

    Bernhard’s novel follows main character, Gracey Reiter and her story, as she learns from the family history in her grandmother’s account written in their family Bible. In alignment with the Women’s History Month 2017 theme, Honoring Trailblazing Women in Labor and Business, Bernhard strives to inspire women and girls with her story.

    “The Literary Arts have a proud history of women authors.”

    Education and a work ethic are stepping stones into independence and personal growth for all women. A Good Girl received top ten finalist recognition in the 2015 William Faulkner-William Wisdom Creative Writing Competition. Published by Texas Review Press, it is available on Amazon and in retail bookstores.

    Women’s History Month is an annual declared month that highlights the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. It is celebrated during March in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. Growing out of a small-town school event in California, Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture and society.

    ABOUT JOHNNIE BERNHARD: 

    A former AP English teacher and journalist, Johnnie Bernhard’s passion is reading and writing. Her work(s) have appeared in the following publications: University of Michigan Graduate Studies Publications, Heart of Ann Arbor Magazine, Houston Style Magazine, World Oil Magazine, The Suburban Reporter of Houston, The Mississippi Press, University of South Florida Area Health Education Magazine, the international Word Among Us, Southern Writers Magazine, Gulf Coast Writers Association Anthologies, and the Cowbird-NPR production on small town America. Her entry, “The Last Mayberry,” received over 7,500 views, nationally and internationally.

    Johnnie received “Equal Runner-Up” in the 2016 Faulkner-Wisdom Creative Writing Competition, Essay Category. Her essay, “Ignorance or Innocence” was judged by bestselling, non-fiction writer and poet Rodger Kamenetz.

    Her novel, A Good Girl received top ten finalist recognition in the 2015 William Faulkner-William Wisdom Creative Writing Competition. Published by Texas Review Press, it is available on Amazon and in retail bookstores.

    For more about A Good Girl, please visit the author’s web site at www.johnniebernhardauthor.com.

    Currently, she is the owner of Bernhard Editorial Services, LLC, where she writes book reviews for Southern Literary Review, www.southernlitreview.com  as well as assists writers in honing their craft.

    To schedule an interview or public speaking engagement with Johnnie Bernhard, contact her publicist: 

    Sandy Lawrence at 281.989.8892 or by email at sandylawrence@perceptivemarketing.com.

    Contact Detail:

    Company Name: Perceptive Public Relations
    Contact Person: Sandy Lawrence
    Email: sandylawrence@perceptivemarketing.com
    Phone No: 2819898892
    Address: 13202 Dogwood Blossom Trail
    City: Houston
    State: Texas
    Country: United States
    Website Url: www.perceptivepublicrelations.com


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    Latina Author and Public Speaker Working to Help Others Achieve Their Dreams During Women’s History Month

  • “No matter what you have done, where you are from, or who you are right now, you can always become a better version of YOURSELF,” says Ivette.
  • Summary: As a teacher and an award-winning entrepreneur, Ivette Mayo is dedicated to sharing experiences and expertise to the community

     Houston, TX – Making a mark in her lifetime and showing others how to do the same is how Ivette Mayo is doing her part to contribute to Women’s History Month.

    Mayo, President and Chief Creative Officer of Yo Soy I Am, LLC., is an accomplished woman and award-winning entrepreneur who has become an author and highly sought after public speaker. Her goal is to affect society in a positive way through her books, actions, and words.

    In accord with the 2017 theme, Honoring Trailblazing Women in Labor and Business, Mayo hopes to inspire women and girls in their endeavors. Her latest book, A 30 Day Guide to Your Power, is meant to guide people toward fulfilling their dreams.

    “No matter what you have done, where you are from, or who you are right now, you can always become a better version of YOURSELF,” says Ivette.

    Mayo’s additional achievements to name a few include being featured as a “Disruptive Innovators” in New York Times Best Seller Book “Self-Made: Becoming Empowered, Self-Reliant, and Rich in Every Way by Nely Galán, as a Senior Fellow at the American Leadership Forum in Houston in 2016, as Keynote Speaker, “Mujer Destacada”  El Diario La Prensa Event in New York and Houston in 2014 and also being appointed to Public Diplomacy Program on Global Women’s Issues with the U.S. State Department in 2012.

    Women’s History Month is an annual declared month that highlights the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. It is celebrated during March in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. Growing out of a small-town school event in California, Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture and society.

    ABOUT IVETTE MAYO

    Ivette Mayo, President and Chief Creative Officer of Yo Soy I Am, LLC., is an author, speaker, change agent and connector. This dynamic teacher has been helping her clients achieve their success since 2004. Ivette is an award-winning entrepreneur that is always ready to leverage her 25 years of corporate experiences and expertise to link her clients to the skills they need to soar – personally and professionally.

    Mayo is also a certified member of the John Maxwell Leadership Team whose high energy style makes her a sought-out speaker at events throughout the world on a variety of topics such as leadership, cultural awareness and to the empowerment of women.

    In 2016, Mayo was featured in the New York Times #1 Bestseller “Self Made: Becoming Empowered, Self-Reliant, and Rich in Every Way.” In 2012, Mayo was appointed by the U.S. State Department to the Public Diplomat Program with the opportunity to share her expertise with women throughout the globe in the areas of business and entrepreneurship.

    Ivette’s passion and purpose is to TEACH, to her family and to travel.

    To schedule an interview or public speaking engagement with Ivette Mayo, contact her publicist: 

    Sandy Lawrence

    281.989.8892

    sandylawrence@perceptivemarketing.com.

    Contact Detail:

    Company Name: Perceptive Public Relations
    Contact Person: Sandy Lawrence
    Email: sandylawrence@perceptivemarketing.com
    Phone No: 2819898892
    Address: 13202 Dogwood Blossom Trail
    City: Houston
    State: Texas
    Country: United States
    Website Url: www.perceptivepublicrelations.com


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    DIVORCING FAMILIES SUBJECT OF TALKS BY HOUSTON AUTHOR AND BLOGGER

  • “God holds everything and is the center of all of it,” Louis said
  • Summary: Dallas Louis Talks About Churches and Support for Divorced People In Broken Crayons Still Color Ministry

    Houston, TX – Houston author, blogger, and family advocate, Dallas Louis, has a mission to enlighten parents and spouses about what happens when divorce becomes a permanent part of their child’s life. She would also like to see churches understand and embrace the opportunity they to be a source of comfort and consolation to all the members of a divorcing or divorced family.

    When people are in emotional pain they often turn to churches for support. When that pain is caused by divorce, churches can do more to assist couples and their children. In addition to the pain caused by the conflicts that led to the divorce, faithful church members may also experience deep shame that they were unable to honor their marriage vows.

    When a spouse is missing from family life due to divorce there are multiple long-term challenges to contend with year after year. Children are often thoroughly confused and conflicted about what they can and cannot say to a parent about the other one. For people who’ve been active in a faith community together another challenge is deciding who stays and who leaves the church.

    Often the response of the church community adds pain to an already excruciatingly painful situation. Though divorce is unfortunately common in the current century, some churches still cut divorced individuals off from the community. This is a double loss – as the individuals lose an important part of their emotional support system and the church loses the time and efforts of a loyal member.

    Louis believes the church can be a haven for people who struggling to put their lives back together. First and most significantly, the church is the source of the good news that no matter how difficult life may be today, God has not forgotten or abandoned either one of them.  Additionally, the church community is an ideal place to be accepted just as one is, whether sad, depressed, angry, resigned, or any other emotion.

    Many churches offer some version of a Divorce Care program, which is a tremendous gift to newly divorced people. Such programs provide a confidentially safe place where participants can fully express the wide range of emotions typically experienced after a divorce. Additionally, such a program introduces participants to others who really can understand what they’re experiencing.

    Churches who make the effort to support divorcing members not only prove faithful to their mandate to heal the broken hearted, they also lay a foundation for future leaders who can become part of a team of members who reach out to future people whose lives are in shambles because of a divorce.

     “God holds everything and is the center of all of it,” Louis said. “I’m fallen and sinful. My God is bigger than my sin and has my marriage in the palm of His hand. Your faith can get you through every day and even the worst days of your life.” Churches that teach this with actions as well as words can be a tremendous source of hope and healing for their divorcing members and families.

    Louis launched her speaking ministry in January 2017 – “Broken Crayons Still Color.” She plans to dedicate her ministry to speaking to churches, retreats, women’s conferences and organizations to bring this message of hope. Louis and her husband, Jeff, both come from divorced families. They are committed to “still color” as they show love and family to their three teenagers.

    To follow Louis on her blog, go to www.dallaslouis.com, on Twitter at @DallasLouis and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/WaitingOnNapTime.  

    ABOUT DALLAS LOUIS

    Dallas is committed to families and their success. She has a long history working at Trinity Lutheran Church and with Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) in Klein, Texas. Louis authored Girlfriends, Giggles & God, a 31-day women’s devotional in 2010 and The Mommy Diaries: How I’m Surviving Parenting Without Killing Anyone in 2012 to strengthen women in their daily lives.

    To schedule an interview or public speaking engagement with Dallas Louis, contact her publicist: 

    Sandy Lawrence

    281.989.8892

    sandy@perceptivepublicrelations.com

    Contact Detail:

    Company Name: Perceptive Public Relations
    Contact Person: Sandy Lawrence
    Email: sandylawrence@perceptivemarketing.com
    Phone No: 2819898892
    Address: 13202 Dogwood Blossom Trail
    City: Houston
    State: Texas
    Country: United States
    Website Url: www.perceptivepublicrelations.com


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    AFRICAN AMERICAN PROFESSOR, LECTURER AND AUTHOR, DEBUTS LATEST BOOK, That Which You Do Most Often… Is That Which You Do Best!

  • “Too often young men in high school and middle school struggle to make wise choices and good decisions about so many issues, including athletics, friendships, and academics”.
  • Summary: Anthony J. Harris details how teens and adolescents place greater importance on athletics instead of academics

    3 Mar, 2017 – Houston, TX – Dr. Anthony Harris examines the lives of teens and the influence of athletics versus academics in his latest novel, That Which You Do Most Often…Is That Which You Do Best!

    Harris is familiar with the examination of culture in society today.

    As a college professor, lecturer and author, he has published 8 books, including two children’s books and a two-part novel, an autobiography of his experiences growing up in Mississippi during the Civil Rights Movement. He was also featured in the PBS Documentary – Freedom Summer.

    His new release discusses and demonstrates both the negative and positive consequences of placing relative importance on either priority.

    During Black History Month, Harris hopes to share his message of enlightenment on this topic where teens are affected throughout all cultures and in America.

    “Too often young men in high school and middle school struggle to make wise choices and good decisions about so many issues, including athletics, friendships, and academics. This book provides an action-packed account of Terrance, a high school freshman, who struggles with balancing his dreams of becoming a professional athlete and being a good student, brother, and son. He discovers that his decisions can make the difference in life and death; success and failure; and joy and sorrow,” says Harris.

    Find That Which You Do Most Often…Is That Which You Do Best! on Amazon.com and barnes https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=altar+journal&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8arnesandnoble.com. 

    ABOUT Anthony J. Harris

    Anthony J. Harris, a college professor, lecturer and author, was born in Hattiesburg, Mississippi and was an active participant in the local Civil Rights Movement. He has also been a champion for ethical leadership for the greater part of his life.  Dr. Harris has published a of scholarly articles and 8 books including Fruits of a Disgraced Legacy, It’s What’s on the Inside, Gifts of Moments: Being Somebody to Somebody, and Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me ‘Round. In his books, he draws upon life lessons learned through love, injustice, leadership, and power. 

    Dr. Harris has been featured on PBS in the documentary, Freedom Summer and conducts keynote addresses on topics pertaining to the Civil Rights Movement, the educational success of young black males and leadership. For seven years, Dr. Harris served as Professor of Education at Mercer University in Atlanta, Georgia. He currently serves as Chair and Professor of the Department of Educational Leadership at Sam Houston State University. He and his wife, Smithenia, have two adult children, Ashley and Michael. 

    For additional information Dr. Anthony Harris or to schedule an Interview:

    Contact publicist Sandy Lawrence:

    281.989.8892

    sandy@perceptivepublicrelations.com 

    Contact Detail:

    Company Name: Perceptive Public Relations
    Contact Person: Sandy Lawrence
    Email: sandylawrence@perceptivemarketing.com
    Phone No: 2819898892
    Address: 13202 Dogwood Blossom Trail
    City: Houston
    State: Texas
    Country: United States
    Website Url: www.perceptivepublicrelations.com


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    Embroidery Business Coach presents Personalized Training For A Rapid Start In an Embroidery Business!

  • “I feel like I can go to the public and have quality embroidering. I’m excited to get out there. I’m walking away with confidence and a marketing plan. I have skills I didn’t have before.”
  • Summary: Training For A Rapid Start In an Embroidery Business!

    Binghamton, NY: Beginning a new business is a daunting task especially with machinery, starting a customer base as well as learning the tricks of the trade when it comes to something as specific as embroidery.

    Joyce Jagger, an award-winning business owner and known as The Embroidery Coach, has the solution for getting an embroidery business off to a great start.

    Joyce has created her Personalized Embroidery Training for a Rapid Start in Your Embroidery Business at the Embroidery Training Center located in Binghamton, NY. 

    Options include the 3 Day Rapid Start Embroidery Bootcamp, 5 Day Rapid Start Embroidery Business Bootcamp, the 3 Day Rapid Start Business Basics Bootcamp and optional is a VIP Day with Joyce to aid in strategizing to get your business to the next level.

    Recent participant, Sue Pollman, owner of 3 Hands Custom Embroidery, found many aspects of Joyce’s program appealing including the Boot Camp. Pollman was especially impressed with the hands-on, one on one and well-rounded approach to the entire business from top to bottom including creating her own logo and managing her software.

    “It went beyond my expectations,” Pollman said. “I feel like I can go to the public and have quality embroidering. I’m excited to get out there. I’m walking away with confidence and a marketing plan. I have skills I didn’t have before.” For more of Pollman’s experience, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pdQH6ML3tg to see her complete testimony regarding the Rapid Start program.

    Go to http://theembroiderycoach.com/personalized-embroidery-training/  for additional information about The Embroidery Coach, including pricing and scheduling a date with Joyce.                       

    About Joyce Jagger, The Embroidery Coach:

    Joyce Jagger is an award-winning business owner and coach to commercial embroidery businesses. As The Embroidery Coach, Joyce teaches new business owners how to start on the right path, and existing businesses how to increase their bottom line. Her goal is to see that every embroiderer has the right systems, processes, and tools in place in order to prevent them from making the same costly mistakes she made.

    Joyce’s business offers multiple video trainings, onsite training, and she has a book called The Truth About Embroidery Business Success. She has also written articles for Stitches Magazine, Wearables Magazine as well as spoke at numerous tradeshows.

    Joyce has received numerous awards for her work as The Embroidery Coach. Stitches Magazine honored Joyce in June of 2010 with the distinction of being one of “20 Creative Thinkers, and later in December 2010, Stitches Magazine ranked her at #28 of the 56 “Most Powerful People” in the apparel decorating industry. Stitches Magazine honored Joyce again in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 as one of the “75 Most Influential People in the apparel decorating industry.”

    Joyce Jagger also helped the Apparel & Design Department at Rhode Island School of Design add Embroidery with their curriculum.

    For additional information on Joyce Jagger – http://theembroiderycoach.com/.

    To reach Joyce Jagger or schedule an interview:

    Contact publicist Sandy Lawrence:

    281.989.8892

    sandy@perceptivepublicrelations.com

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    Company Name: Perceptive Public Relations
    Contact Person: Sandy Lawrence
    Email: sandylawrence@perceptivemarketing.com
    Phone No: 2819898892
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    Historical novelist, David Harry Tannenbaum, explores the world of a Nazi camp survivor in his new novel

  • “After graduation, while doing charity work in New Jersey, I met a man who had his concentration camp number tattooed on his arm,”
  • Summary: Out of the Depths details the before, after and in between rollercoaster of emotions for Tannenbaum’s character

    South Padre Island, TX: David Harry Tannenbaum’s gripping historic novel about the Holocaust was 40 years in the making.

    “Amazingly, although I am Jewish, I didn’t know anything about the Holocaust until law school,” says Tannenbaum. In law school, he read cases stemming from the Nuremburg Trials. That’s when Tannenbaum first became familiar with the horrors of the Nazi World War II concentration camps that ended the lives of millions of people simply because they were Jewish or because the Nazi government perceived them as a threat.

    “After graduation, while doing charity work in New Jersey, I met a man who had his concentration camp number tattooed on his arm,” continues Tannenbaum in a recent interview about the Pittsburgh launch of his latest book. That information started a four-decade long journey of learning about the Holocaust by writing of Out of the Depths, the account of a fictional Holocaust survivor, Dr. Bernard Helgman.

    After the war, Tannenbaum’s lead character becomes a brilliant pediatric surgeon in the United States. Helgman left Auschwitz behind, but he could never forget the horrors he experienced, and the actions he took to remain alive while a prisoner.

    Tannenbaum’s spellbinding account of life after the Holocaust explores Helgman’s struggle with survivor’s guilt that leaves his personal life in shambles. His life gets worse when another victim from that dark chapter of history recognizes Helgman and exposes him for participating in sadistic experiments on camp prisoners.

    Tannenbaum brilliantly explores the unresolved, and perhaps unresolvable, trauma that follows a man long after he leaves the barbed wire fence behind. Survivor’s guilt is now a recognized emotional and psychological condition that sometimes follows military personnel home from the war. The term started to be used after World War I when doctors were seeing similar anxiety symptoms in Holocaust survivors that they observed in soldiers who survived combat or citizens who survived natural disasters, terrorist attacks, plane crashes and sudden loss of jobs.

    Tannenbaum’s Dr. Helgman character is haunted by dark memories and remorse. Though not even an adult yet when assigned to work in the camp infirmary, he was forced to assist the SS doctors in their gruesome experiments. His Jewish face was often the last one a victim saw before being subjected to horrific atrocities.  Helgman’s struggle to put Auschwitz behind him is a powerful story of our human drive to survive whatever life throws our way.

    Out of the Depths, published by, Red Engine Press, is available in E-book format at Amazon Kindle, Kobo, and iBooks. The print version is available at Amazon and bookstores everywhere.

    To learn more about David Harry Tannenbaum, Out of the Depths and his other books, go to http://DavidHarryAuthor.com.

     

    For more on the publisher visit http://RedEnginePress.com 

    To reach David Tannenbaum or to schedule an interview:

    Contact publicist Sandy Lawrence:

    281.989.8892

    sandy@perceptivepublicrelations.com

    Contact Detail:

    Company Name: Perceptive Public Relations
    Contact Person: Sandy Lawrence
    Email: sandylawrence@perceptivemarketing.com
    Phone No: 2819898892
    Address: 13202 Dogwood Blossom Trail
    City: Houston
    State: Texas
    Country: United States
    Website Url: www.perceptivepublicrelations.com


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