NEW YORK, April 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Morgan James Publishing will release the third book authored by Atlanta, Georgia's highly sought business speaker, Jim Mathis.
The three-time author is famous for saying, "The Economy Isn't Down, It's Different." Reinvent Yourself is about how to adjust successfully to a world of higher expectations and constant change. It is about how companies and individuals are rediscovering their roots and reinventing themselves for this new world of business. It is a journey that one must make to survive in the second decade of the twenty first century.
As Mathis writes, "Every day we are confronted with the changes that have taken place. You are in a different environment than you were just two years ago. The changes are coming faster, too. The number of people buying, shopping, and comparing online has increased dramatically in the past year alone."
Reinvent Yourself is being received with rave reviews: "Jim Mathis has written a book that does more than challenge managers and leaders to reinvent themselves and their organizations; he provides the questions, strategies, and tactics that they can use to do it." -- Mark Sanborn, CSP, CPAE, Best Selling Author of The Fred Factor.
The 247-page book, which retails for $19.95, will be available to the public on May 3, 2011 via traditional and online booksellers. Review copies are available now. Submit advance review copy requests to Wendy Kenney, [email protected].
About the Author
Jim Mathis helps business leaders to compete in the global market by helping them recognize the realities of today's business climate and possible actionable ideas.
Mr. Mathis is an International Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) who has reinvented his own business. Jim shares his expertise in an interactive, common-sense style. He strategizes with leaders to re-purpose, re-assess, and reframe their ideas and core beliefs. His client roster may be viewed via this link: http://www.jimmathis.com/clients.
Contact: Wendy Kenney
Email: [email protected]
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