A Road Well Traveled — Ken Davis
Business executive Ken Davis tells a story of perseverance in this compelling memoir. It’s a journey from Small Town USA to big-time corporate decision-making. It’s about life’s challenges — and life-threatening challenges, too. It traces the impact that sports, mentors, and physical places can have on one’s path through life. It also describes the impact the Vietnam War had on someone who was drafted but did not serve — and the reason why.
In the end, what propelled him were his business assignments. They often seemed impossible, yet by succeeding with them, he accomplished what he would often preach to colleagues: business is best when you follow the three stages: Vision, Plan, Execute.
Life and work were an adventure for Davis, full of thrills, inspiration, suspense and, sometimes, danger.
Praise for A Road Well Traveled: I Was Once Called 'The Sleeper'
“Travel with Davis as you experience the small-town evolution through worldwide business experiences.” — P. Barnard, teacher/librarian
“Inspirational and heartening biography of how small-town life-lessons mold one for the future.” — M. Pergler, world traveler, model
“A good read of a friend. I didn’t know about his life thrills, challenges, business and adversity.” — R. Fletcher, coach, teacher, Shell Oil executive
“Displaying incredible creativity throughout his career designing railroad ties, logistics operations and international teams, the author displays his strong sense of creativity.” — C. Miano, artist, musician
- Paperback: 182 pages
- Publisher: Mission Point Press (March 30, 2020)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1950659437
- ISBN-13: 978-1950659432
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches