Building your knowledge, skills, and capacity to succeed and be happy takes time and needs a good process that works for you
Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) January 26, 2015
The cookbook tucked away in the corner of a well-supplied kitchen contains a variety of choices to make the perfect meal. Life, as Edward Anderson knows, does not have such a guide.
In a world filled with choices that affect possibilities beyond our understanding, Anderson offers a glimmer of hope and guidance. “Recipes to Drive Your Life,” offers a detailed look at structured lessons learned by Anderson as a way to guide others on a path to success and happiness.
“In the book are recipes and tools to focus on the problems without attacking anyone involved, but instead working collaboratively to move forward and make progress,” said Anderson.
After spending 10 years with the Civil Engineer Corp of the Navy and 37 years with Procter and Gamble, Anderson wrote the book as a resource for his children and grandchildren. A sincere desire to share his message and help others led him to publish, “Recipes to Drive Your Life.”
“You get to use the recipes that you want and need at the time that you need them. Building your knowledge, skills, and capacity to succeed and be happy takes time and needs a good process that works for you,” said Anderson.
Recipes to Drive Your Life
By Edward Leon Anderson
Available in softcover
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Author House
About the author
Edward Anderson served 10 years time with Civil Engineer Corp of the US Navy in both Public Works Administration and Seabee battalion roles. He has spent over 35 years with Procter and Gamble in Manufacturing and Human Resources roles. Anderson is a graduate of Villanova University. He currently lives in Cincinnati, Ohio where he plays tennis and works in many capacities at his church including as a bereavement minister.
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