This book lays out which of the successful characteristics of CEOs that can work to your advantage once you develop your thinking, habits and ability to execute them.
HOUSTON, Texas (PRWEB) April 03, 2015
According to Forbes, 92 percent of Americans’ New Year’s resolutions fail. With the odds favoring failure over success, how does a person set and achieve high personal goals?
“The Executioner” by Arthur McFerrin is a guide to give success-seeking people a simpler and more universal process to set and achieve higher goals and rid themselves of self doubt. The book stresses how success has no age limit and anyone can be a genius.
McFerrin is either an owner or partner of several specialty chemical-manufacturing businesses serving global automotive, petroleum and industrial enterprises. In addition to serving as a successful businessman, McFerrin spent his career as a process engineer studying both chemical processes and the process of success, entrepreneurship and leadership.
“We are all the CEO of ourselves,” McFerrin said. “This book lays out which of the successful characteristics of CEOs that can work to your advantage once you develop your thinking, habits and ability to execute them.”
McFerrin bases his book off of the principles in the1937 success classic “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill, and uses personal experience to teach others ways to develop oneself to become a talented problem solver and goal setter.
By: Arthur McFerrin
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
About the author
Arthur R. (Artie) McFerrin is an entrepreneur who has owned and operated several specialty chemical-manufacturing businesses serving global automotive, petroleum and industrial enterprises for over forty years. McFerrin earned his BS in 1965 and a MS in 1969, both in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University. He began his career in 1967 with Shell Chemical, before working in motivational sales and running a small chemical plant from 1972 through 1974. In 1975, he founded KMCO, a chemical processing and manufacturing company, which in 1983 was named by INC. Magazine as one of America’s Fastest Growing Privately Owned Business. McFerrin also owns South Coast Terminals, which was named an Aggie 100 Business presented by the Mays School of Business in 2005. He is a partner in several other chemical processing plants. McFerrin has served Texas A&M as Chairman of the Chemical Engineering Advisory Council, Dwight Look School of Engineering Advisory Council, President’s Corps of Cadets Board of Visitors and as a Chairman of the 12th Man Foundation. He has contributed to the 12th Man Foundation, namely the McFerrin Indoor Athletic Center and the Cox-McFerrin Center for Aggie Basketball. He and his wife, Dorothy have endowed many academic facilities at Texas A&M, including the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering. McFerrin has two children, Jeffrey ’92, and Jennifer, a graduate of UCLA, and four grandchildren.
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