This book wasn’t part of my original plan for this year, but a few factors came into play that led to this point.
Last year, I set a goal for myself to complete a book during 2012.
My original book project, 5 Kinds of Amazing, expanded in scope and by the end of the summer, I knew I wouldn’t finish it this year.
My friend and fellow speaker, Melissa Galt, had suggested to me earlier that I capture some of my ideas in the format of a “tips” book.
Within the context of those circumstances, I put 5 Kinds of Amazing on pause long enough to do a tips book which has just been published.
The purpose of High JOEltage! is to encourage, motivate, and provoke you to think about ways you can have an amazing impact on your audience and improve your personal effectiveness. There is also a chapter of tips for effective business networking.
You can get your paperback copy via CreateSpace, which is where I hope you’ll buy all your physical copies: High JOEltage! Paperback
Georgia’s own CIO will be in Powder Springs on Tuesday.
No, Joe M. Turner isn’t a chief investment officer—he’s the Chief Impossibility Officer.
A speaker, mentalist and “sleight-of-hand expert,” Turner owns his own business, Turner Magic Entertainment. He’ll be talking at the Powder Springs Business Association’s monthly luncheon mainly about successful ways to market small businesses.
When thinking of someone who can deliver speeches on marketing, Joe M. Turner admits that magicians don’t typically pop up in people’s minds.
But Turner, a speaker, entertainer and owner of Turner Magic Entertainment, is invited by organizations from all over to speak on the topic. Turner spoke for the third time at a Powder Springs Business Association monthly luncheon on Tuesday.
Using entertainment as an attention grabber, Turner applies modern marketing and small business strategies to his craft.