Dunham Books Releases Relationship Momentum by Brian Church

In his book, Relationship Momentum: The Secret to Making Ideas Move entrepreneur and business owner, Brian Church discusses the art and science of why some ideas progress and some dissipate.

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Brian's ideas and principles about building your brand and moving your ideas forward are important for any successful entrepreneur. - Daymond John, Founder of FUBU and star of ABC's Shark Tank

Nashville, TN (PRWEB) June 25, 2013

Have you ever wondered why some people advance in their careers with sustained movement while you seem to be swimming upstream? Or why some deals reach “the event” and some fade off into the distance? In his book, Relationship Momentum: The Secret to Making Ideas Move entrepreneur and business owner, Brian Church grapples with the art and science of why some ideas progress and some dissipate. In his search, he stumbled upon a formula, an equation rather, for the secret of success backed by historical research and the study of his personal successes and failures. It may surprise the reader to learn that, according to Church, that success has little to do with natural ability, personality type, business environment or unique giftings. Rather, the key to success – the secret to making your ideas move – hinges upon one thing: “Relationship Momentum.”

Reading this book will help you:

  •     Determine the necessity for Relationships and Momentum in your various endeavors.
  •     Establish a blue print for a successful outcome with your initiatives.
  •     Acquire the “Three Equities” to provide weight to your ideas.
  •     Examine the need for strategy and the steps of execution.
  •     Escape the realm of mediocrity.

Brian Church is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of a consulting firm called Ambassadors International. The company specializes in working with corporations, advisers, entrepreneurs and intellectual property holders. Brian has also been blessed to spend time serving in manifold industries and non-profits. Mr. Church lives with his wife Kimberly and their son Brian Timothy Church II in Nashville, TN.


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