Everybody knows there are hundreds of books that promise life-changing information, happiness and affluence. They give us hope, especially those that are artfully peppered with rags-to-riches stories. This is not one of those books.
Let's face it - the hope fades a few weeks after we finish the book and very little, if anything, really changes. So what kind of book is this? It will challenge you, but with challenge comes change.
Joey The Giraffe Stands Tall is a wonderful fable for children about a young giraffe who is struggling with his confidence and his identity.
Joey shares his feelings with Fola, a wise and very tall giraffe. On a memorable walk she teaches Joey life's most important lessons.
Strolling through the jungle, Joey has several chances to apply the lessons Fola shares with him.
Mark is internationally acclaimed for his riveting, power-packed workshops with universal business value for aspiring entrepreneurs or anyone who wants to improve their life.
His bigger passion is sharing his understanding of Emerson’s Law of Compensation with the world and bringing it to the marketplace.
“At the core of all the success and blessings we’ve experienced is Emerson’s Law,” he says. “People are ready for a shift, not a change, but a shift. Emerson’s Law, simply put, is give more, get more.
The dog-eat-dog mentality is a habit that most people don’t really like and they are ready for a shift to creating instead of competing… by giving first.”
Tom "Big Al" Schreiter, Author, International Speaker
“How to build character? Mark J shows us how in this story of personal development. Warning. Working through this book takes effort, but the result will last a lifetime.
A great book.”
Richard Bliss Brooke, Founder and CEO of Life Matters
“It is rare in the transformational development world and the wealth-building domain to discover something profoundly new. Mark J is one of those rare gifts of authenticity, brilliance and servant leadership that deserves to be honored. His works are powerful, fresh and inspirational. And most of all they rock us to change who we are and how we become in our world... which creates for us a new world. I love this book.”