Valley View, OH (PressExposure) September 28, 2011 -- "If you're not growing, you're going."
This is the mantra of Darryl Turner, author of Uncommon $ense, a story about the human struggle with change. Turner said his main character, "Charlie," is on the brink of failure, but instead becomes successful when he accepts the mentoring of a younger co-worker. The author, an international motivational speaker, sales trainer, and CEO of The Darryl Turner Corporation, said the book was "inspired by the thousands of Charlies my team and I have had the privilege to help over the last two decades."
"My book is on how we struggle to deal with and process change. It's a confidential personal struggle," Turner said. "The topic for the book comes from personal experience," he said.
"I wrote about what I know and what I help people overcome everyday."
Turner offers a look at what we need to do to truly change our lives and how to accomplish our goals. He now shares these lessons and strategies he learned creating a multi-million dollar professional development company that teaches other businesses how to achieve corporate growth.
"The goal is to inspire people emotionally to take steps they would not normally take," Turner said. "Adapting to a model not of your own is tough." Uncommon $ense is about what people go through, Turner explained. "It's a 100 percent real life accurate story. People can relate to the characters." And when they have finished Uncommon $ense, the author said, readers will have a "significant call to action."
"Don't settle for common sense and average results," Turner said, "set your sights much higher. Set them toward acquiring Uncommon $ense."
Turner said he gained inspiration to write the book from his Christian faith and pastor Glen Berteau, who penned the forward for Uncommon $ense. The author and his wife of 29 years, Darlene, have four children ages 26, 20, 18 and 5. He has published numerous business related articles.
To order Turner's new book, visit http://www.halopublishing.com. For information about the author, visit http://www.DarrylTurnerSeminars.com or http://www.DarrylTurnerCorp.com. His podcasts are available on iTunes.
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