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Things You Wish You Knew Yesterday
Our good friend Craig Lindvahl is at it again! You may remember Craig as one of the architects of the CEO (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities) Program, an accredited business growth and leadership class for high school juniors and seniors. Among Craig’s many accomplishments we can now add author!
Craig Lindvahl’s career has allowed him to work in the worlds of education, entrepreneurship, music, television, sports, and business. The insights he has gained through a lifetime of interacting with a myriad of successful people has led him to write Things You Wish You Knew Yesterday: and other things you’ll need to know tomorrow.
Lindvahl believes that successful living is a natural result of understanding a few essential truths. He’s shared these essential truths with several generations of students, and has traveled around the country sharing them with groups of professionals.
They’ve now been assembled in book form, and whether you’re sixteen or sixty; a parent or a child; a boss or an employee; each chapter contains fresh approaches to action and interaction that will improve every part of your life. Things You Wish You Knew Yesterday is like a reference book on life, a collection of wit and wisdom you can refer to again and again.
Recently, Craig and a group of CEO students and instructors from Springfield, Illinois made a trip to New York City to be featured on Fox & Friends Weekend!
To learn more or to order Craig’s book, visit http://www.thingsyouwishyouknewyesterday.com.