Hope to Die
In 2012 I did an experiment. I lived as if this was the last year of my life. This is not an epic tale of a no holds barred, throw caution to the wind, tug on Superman’s cape, blow my wad- year of extravagance. This was a very thoughtful and serious approach to finding meaning in the seemingly insignificant moments of life, pursuing some mini-adventures, and learning how to face death and keep hope alive.
Dealers in Hope
Dealers in Hope re-imagines globalization, economics, politics, ethics, and the essence of culture. We explore four leadership profiles to reveal how ‘dealers in hope’ successfully lead change and shape culture. Leaders who are ‘dealers in hope’ can decipher the winds of change and lead people to a true oasis in desert places. Rob Mattox lays out a map that orients us and empowers us to move towards the most meaningful future.
The Will to Hope
The Will to Hope is a friendly booklet on how to conquer cancer. Will to Hope reveals how the secret power of hope is often the difference between those who live and those who die. But there is hope for those who face terminal cancer too! Rob Mattox unpacks Dr. Groopman’s book- Anatomy of Hope and helps people build up their hope so they can thrive. Most cancer books teach coping skills. This book will empower you with hoping skills!
Time for a Change
Why is it that everyone agrees on the best ways to train doctors, lawyers, and accountants—but no one has yet shown the best way to develop leaders? Out of the crucible of the emerging democracies from the old Soviet Union, Larry Stout has created a model that has assisted in developing leaders in government, business, finance, education, and even the church. Time for a Change takes the reader through a step-by-step process, with insightful and provocative questions at each stage, designed to simply and clearly guide a path toward leadership that makes a real impact on others.
Everyone is asking—“Who is Tyler Jackson?” The year is 1970, and a mysterious teenage patient at Keystone Psychiatric Hospital in Alvira, Pennsylvania displays incredible intellectual gifts and uncanny predictive powers—yet there is nothing in his background that explains where they came from. After Tyler’s surprising release from the hospital, Dr. Alice Weis, the young, idealistic. female psychiatrist assigned to treat him, is determined to solve the mystery, even if it means losing her job in the process. Through a series of unexplainable encounters on a journey with Tyler across the United States, Alice at first feels like she is looking through the looking glass, but in the end discovers that it is really the hourglass.