What to Do While You Count to 10

When anger is used correctly, it usually has positive results! As difficult as this concept seems to most people, it is true. Find out how with the step-by-step, practical and proven technique for regaining control of run-away emotions written in a story format complete with drama, humor, and a surprise ending. More

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About David Earle

David W. Earle has a mental health practice as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). He combines these skills with his executive management experience into a matrix for transferring leadership skills called, business coach. He is also a teacher, trainer, and alternative dispute professional.

Earle earned a Master’s of Science from Texas A&M and has held executive management positions in various fields including industrial construction, private investment banking, and corporate trouble shooting. He is now the president of the Earle Company, an organization dedicated to change.

He has co-authored two books on leadership: Leadership-Helping Others Succeed and Extreme Leadership; and published four others books, What To Do While You Count To 10 (management of strong emotions) and three books of a trilogy: Professor of Pain (A Lesson Before Living), Iron Mask (Peace is Your Birthright), and Red Roses ‘n Pinstripes (Despair to Meaning). Love is Not Enough (Changing Dysfunctional Family Habits) scheduled to be published the 2nd quarter 2014 and his blog is called: Lessons in Living.
Earle has been on the panel as a mediator and/or arbitrator for various organizations such as U.S. Federal Court-Middle District, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Financial Industry Regulator Authority (FINRA), Natural Futures Association (NFA), Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), and the Louisiana Supreme Court. He was on the faculty of the University of Phoenix for over 10 years.

His trademarked motto is My Life Ill Change When I Change™; he enjoys tennis and he lives in Baton Rouge with his wife, Penny, and their dog, Fletcher and cat, Hobbes.

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