My mind and soul were invaded by the spirit of a dignified Southern gentleman.
I was browsing around the Audiofile Magazine website recently and came across their 2010 review of my audiobook The One Year Daily Devotions for Leaders. They wrote:
Jim Seybert narrates his own work with eloquence as he delivers a treasure trove of bite-sized devotions for time-challenged business and ministry leaders. Readings cover broad issues of leadership […]
The title made me chuckle because I’ve always been told to NEVER use the term “shut up.” But you have to admit, it does get your attention. Dr. Michael Sedler is a behavior specialist in Oregon. The book was originally published in 2003 (Baker) and reprinted in 2006. The print version has sold more […]
Duncan Campbell founded Friends of the Children in Portland to help at-risk kids overcome the seemingly inevitable consequence of their situation. This book is his story and the stories of dozens of kids who’ve been helped by his efforts.
It was my first narration project and I was honored to add a voice to the […]
I just finished reading Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird.
Or, should I say, I just finished having Sissy Spacek read it to me?
I love books. Always have. Some of my earliest memories are of a bookshelf in the basement apartment my folks rented in San Francisco. The bottom shelf was where my books were. I must have […]
There have been eleven U.S. presidents in my 61-year life. All but one of them would have made my list for “someone you’d like to have dinner with.”
Dwight Eisenhower was a grandfatherly fellow who’d accomplished great things. JFK had sex appeal. Lyndon Johnson would have had some seriously foul jokes (and a bottle of good […]
The key to winning is knowing when (and what) to quit. No one who has ever achieved greatness in anything has ever done so by trying to master everything that comes their way.