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Somebody Flip Me Please! - Ideas To Help You Improve: Yourself, Your Family, Your Career, Your Business, Your Church

by Dr. Stan Parker
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Founder/President - The AIM Group

CEO - STAK Associates Inc.

Senior Partner - Alliance Business Brokers Group

Professional Speaker, Personal, Business and Church Improvement Specialist, Corporate Trainer, Professional Coach, Higher Education Consultant, Business Broker.

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Created on: Feb-05-2011   Published on: Mar-11-2011
Format: 5.5"x8.5" - Softcover w/Glossy Laminate - B&W Book
Theme: Open Theme    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 84 Pages
Family    Motivation Trainer    Professional Speaker    Self Help   
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Joined: Feb-05-2011

Stanley N. Parker was born in Houston, Mississippi and started public work at twelve years of age, managing a toy department in a small town 5&10 Store. At thirteen he managed the men's department of Sally's Department Store, and at fourteen he was both produce manager and meat cutter for a large IGA grocery store. His entrepreneurial experiences continue to drive his life. He even drove a regular school bus route when he was thirteen because of a mix up in his age. Stan graduated from St. Andrews Parish High School in Charleston, SC, graduated from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, TN (1977), Graduated from Nazarene Theological Seminary and Trinity Seminary with M.Div. and D.Min. degrees. He has been a minister, church planter, counselor, higher education dean and consultant, business owner, business brokerage partner and considers himself to be a "professional without borders." His diverse experiences and success have propelled him into the corporate training and speaking venues.

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