Writescast 092 – Five Virtues for Authorship

What can a champion-boxer-turned-CEO teach authors about what it takes to thrive in the world of writing? A lot, it turns out, as Héctor Colón demonstrates through his five virtues for life, leadership, and authorship.

Champion boxer now champions the needs of others

“My journey continued with challenges, low expectations by others, set-backs, opportunities, and successes. Undeterred, I applied the same dedication, determination and discipline that it took to become a champion boxer to my new life striving for excellence in everything I do, whether it be as a husband, father, or CEO.”

When a Parent’s Changing Life Upends Yours

Susan’s book is a powerful inside look when a family member negotiates the myriad, often exhausting details of a healthcare crisis for each parent. This is a book like no other since it is a passionate, inside look at what it’s like to have a loved one 'missing' due to a disease with no cure.

5-Star Review of “Nancer the Dancer”

Author Judith Gwinn Adrian has triumphed with this heartfelt work that expresses so much more than a simple health advice book could ever give you about living with a chronic and debilitating illness.
Hector on young guns

Héctor Cólon One-on-One Interview with Paul M. Neuberger

Héctor Cólon, President and CEO of Lutheran Social Services of WIsconsin and Upper Michigan joins Paul M. Neuberger for a discussion spanning servant leadership, boxing, and the best three pieces of advice he could give to someone looking to stay sharp.

AN AUTHOR’S JOURNEY

I urge you to listen to the dear children in your lives or community. Do more listening than talking. Read a book to them. Provide nurturing and comfort.
More Untamed Devotions

A Call to Live in ALL CAPS

“The idea of #LIVEINALLCAPS was something that came about before I got diagnosed with terminal cancer,” Burton said.

21 Wolynska Street, Warsaw Ghetto

In the Warsaw Ghetto:  avoid congregating and direct eye contact with the German authorities; avoid any close contact with typhus-infected individuals, especially touching or close talking. 
that's all I've got

Writers@Work: An Interview with Karen Voss

I developed the motto “If I can save one life then I know I am doing my job.” I discovered my passion for writing while going through a program to help me work through some of my grief.