The Ethan Bean Mental Wellness Foundation
Ethan Bean Mental Wellness Foundation (EBMWF) has partnered with Dr. LauraAnn Migliore, Ph.D. of Abundant Knowledge, L.L.C. to co-author a unique book series on self-leadership with a particular focus on maintaining overall mental health for everyone. Based on the leadership style of Theodore Roosevelt and his indelible quote, "Do what you can, with what you have, where you are at," the booklets provide readers thought-provoking reflection to analyze their own decision-making process. There are 9 booklets in the series to be published through January 2021. For background information visit: PrudentLeadership.com
Analyzing a number of recent egregious events, the 20/20 Prudent Leadership Booklet Series provides readers thought-provoking reflection to analyze their own decision-making process in accordance to values and beliefs and risk tolerance. Prudent decision-making is centered at the core of individual values and beliefs. Likewise, the concept of an atom, at the core of human physiology, is used to explain different values and beliefs shaped by the diversity of life experiences, culture, religion, and social norms of acceptability to show how one’s prudence can be another’s provocation. Let Book 1 of the 9 booklet series help you – when you need it most.
This second booklet in the series, Conversation, Conduct, Character, & COVID-19, provides a self-help approach for personal authenticity, that is, being true to self during turbulent times to improve decision making and quality life experiences. Theodore Roosevelt (26th U.S. President) chartered the many unknowns of his first African Safari and when he mapped the River of Doubt, he never faced a pandemic. But from a young boy who suffered with asthma, he worked hard to keep it in check every day. TR would use every decision-making tool to stay healthy and productive through the COVID-19 pandemic. Purchase Book 2 of the 9 booklet series today!
Take an hour out of your busy day to strengthen your mental health and reconnect with understanding your self and how knowing self is perhaps the most challenging question of our lifetime. We examine all angles including Christian, Jewish, Islamic perspectives as well as offer anecdotes like the legendary Babe Ruth and a not so famous MLB player Moe Berg, an attorney and a U.S. spy during WWII! We also feature MyPillow inventor Mike Lindell's story of drug addiction to multi-million dollar businessman all in the backdrop of the leadership style of Theodore Roosevelt. Read something meaningful and different today! Follow this link to purchase Book 3 of the 9 booklet series.
Emily Lane Waszak, co-creator of Ethan's Healthy Mind Express, also wrote Grief: Difficult Times, Simple Steps. Everyone experiences grief differently, but not everyone knows how to best respond to console a friend, family member, or associate. Emily explains what to say and how to say it. The book features death of a child as well as how children can cope. Are there appropriate gifts for those grieving? Survivor feelings, support, and the need for silence and patience is discussed. Very few books touch upon the grieving process. Emily's book was groundbreaking when it was released over 20 years ago. But the process of understanding is so important today. Available as an instant Kindle download, and paperback today.
Do you have an idea for a new book? Please query us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your idea in complete confidence. We will study your book proposal that should include a simple analysis of competing books, an elevator pitch, sample chapters, your plan to help market it, and how your book is unique. If we believe your book has merit and is a suitable fit for our foundation service, we can then discuss publishing options and other copyright agreements to publish, promote, and sell your title through the Ethan Bean Mental Wellness Foundation (EBMWF). Your book could resonate with many and positively change lives. The EBMWF has knowledge and expertise to bolster your book with endorsements and in social networks.
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