How Do You Deal With Change in Unprecedented Times?
Book by Pulitzer-Prize Winner Explores Complex Times and Crises
Not only do many of the poems talk about continuous change and life disruption, in DEFINING CHANGE, the book offers two dozen simple ways the author understands change and what more than 80 contributors from around the United States and Canada – many of them pioneers and innovators in their fields – say about dealing with it.
We may not like the changes that come with serious life situations – the current pandemic, the 2008 financial collapse or 9/11, and the twists and turns of our personal lives – yet change of some kind is happening around us every day, every minute, every second. And, as some of the poems and descriptions in CHANGE reflect, there are perils, joys and merits in progress. The future doesn't stop, even during a crisis.
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Author Glenn Proctor completed a journalism career spanning 41 years when he retired as executive editor and vice president of the Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch. He shared in the Pulitzer Prize at The Akron Beacon Journal, judged Pulitzers five times, taught at Kent State and Washington and Lee universities and lectured at dozens of other schools. A Marine and Vietnam veteran, the longtime professional mentor is a career and life coach, leadership trainer and media strategist. Change: Robots Driving Covered Wagons is the final volume of his critically acclaimed Finding Dust Trilogy. Volume 1, KICKING BOTTLES, NEWS & DUST is the story of a foster kid in the 1950s, raising children as a single parent, decades as a journalist and becoming a top editor. The second volume, Love, Lust & Flirts celebrates the fun, joy and pain of relationships. You may learn more about his writing and his company at http://REDDjobb.com. Glenn lives in Charlotte, NC, with his wife Terri, and their dog, Cozby.