Let’s not measure our lives in years or new toys, but in millions upon millions of wonderful moments.
(PRWEB) May 11, 2011
Richard DeSalvo, former Department head of Morgan Stanley's Mutual Funds division in the United States, has written a motivational memoir entitled THE POWER OF PAIN: How To Harness Life's Challenges and Transform Yourself (published on the Blurb platform $9.95 softcopy).
DeSalvo also runs a successful coaching/training firm that helps sales professionals maximize their sales/public speaking success and offers motivational presentations to organizations and sales teams.
Despite his success, he is learning balance and compassion can be a part of one’s business life.
He left corporate life four years ago, after suffering a traumatic back injury that ultimately prevented him from continuing to work at the breakneck pace of the previous twenty-five years on Wall Street.
More importantly, it gave him precious time to look back at his priorities and his behavior towards his family, friends and his own life, and to begin to assess how to shift his priorities and learn about “you”, as you go beyond your comfort sleeves and feel "growing pains."
This is the type of pain that teaches you how to develop as a person. That is the message of the book, which is written with searing candor.
Rich DeSalvo will awaken the soul of any audience. His honest and heart-felt talks have become a motivational source to many. Rich's words are filled with passion, enthusiasm, and a 100% desire to make his audience accept the fact that despite their current sales success, they have not yet peaked as professionals.
Rich has been interviewed on CNN radio, FOX NEWS Channel and continues to have the media as a staple to discuss his newfound transformation with the ability to motivate others.
His audience is wide and deep as we all suffer from some level of pain, be it physical or mental. Rich explains his story in such a heartfelt way that audiences simply want to read/hear more.
CONTACT: Rich DeSalvo/ Phone: 973-443-9022/E-mail: rich(at)richdesalvo(dot)com/Website: http://www.richdesalvo.com