Using the metaphor of climbing a mountain, Dr. Cerny helps the reader climb a virtual Mountain of B3LI3FS! ®.
The book is designed to lead mentors and those who disciple others to go beyond where they areto push to higher levels of living a joyful life.
|Publisher:||Coach''s Corner Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Dr. Cerny grew up all over the world as an Army brat. He has lived in Europe, the Pacific Rim, the Caribbean and the U.S. He has successfully coached at both the high school and college ranks. His business experience includes being a textile marketing executive for the Allied Chemical Corp. in NY City and a marketing and sales director for several Nautilus Fitness Centers.
Ed earned a BA from the University of Kentucky, an MBA from Fordham University in NY and a Ph.D. from USC. Dr. Cerny was a marketing professor at Coastal Carolina University from 1983 to 1995. He is the author of Notes From the Coach, Learn to Market Yourself, and Old Coaches Never Die, We Just Run Out of Time-outs.
In 1995 Dr. Cerny founded the Coach's Corner. It is a corporate encouragement company. He creates visioning, leadership and team building programs for both large and small companies. Ed is known as the "Encouragement Coach".
Ed and his wife, Zoe Ann, have been married since 1971. The Lord has blessed them with four wonderful children and five grandchildren. The family has been involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes since 1976.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is small book with a BIG message. Ed meanders through Rolf's 7 Levels of Change masterfully--looking at each of them from a Christ Centered perspective. I loved everything about it and it has certainly reminded me to put Christ at the center of my life and has motivated me to rewrite my 101 Goals from a Christ Centered perspective. My wife and I have literally accomplished hundreds of goals together since I first went on Expedition with Rolf back in August of 2000, many of which are quite large, but few of which are related to our faith and service in His name. Thank you for that reminder, Coach Ed!