John C. Maxwell. Pretty popular name. But the personality behind the name is anything but common. In my frequent visits to business and government offices, I come across this man’s works more often the works of any other author.

It would seem some business and political leaders actually dedicate entire sections of their bookshelves to works by John C. Maxwell. And ordinary folks just can’t imagine a book collection that doesn’t include at least one of Maxwell’s classics.

Born in Garden city Michigan in 1947, John C. Maxwell followed his father into the Christian ministry, receiving bachelors, masters, and doctorate degrees in ministry-related disciplines, including 5 honorary doctorates of divinity degrees.

For more than 25 after that, Maxwell led churches in California, Indiana, and Ohio. But it would seem the church environment didn’t quite provide him the complete avenue to make the sort of impact on people that he craved.Thus in 1995, Mr. Maxwell drastically scaled down religious engagements to devote more time to public speaking and writing—especially writing.

Driven by a passion for leadership and a desire to add value to the lives of people, John has spent decades researching and writing on leadership principles, teaching publicly, and generally inspiring and motivating people everywhere.

He founded INJOY in 1985 in San Diego California with the sole aim of developing leaders of excellence and integrity. The company was later moved to Atlanta Georgia in 1997. “Maximum Impact” was established a few years after that, again with the aim of training leaders who would make a positive difference in the lives of those around them.

Typically, John Maxwell’s trainings are done through large events as well as corporate training programs organized across the United States and Canada. Outside North America, his trainings are accessible through high quality resources in the form of books, audio and DVD coaching kits, as well as monthly mentoring subscriptions.

Today, he’s an internationally recognized author and leadership expert. He has over 50 books under his name which together have sold some 16 million copies. John C. Maxwell is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Business Week Best-Selling Author.

As at the last count, three of his books—Developing the Leader within You, 21 Indispensable Qualities Of A Leader, And 21 Irrefutable Laws Of Leadership—have each grossed over a million copies in sales. He is one of only 25 authors and artists listed in Amazon.com’s 10th Anniversary Hall Of Fame. All told, John C. Maxwell organization’s has trained over 2 million leaders from around the world.

What can you learn from this great author and speaker?

The fact that john C. Maxwell has written dozens of books means that there is hardly any subject under the sun that he hasn’t touched in one way or the other. Every one of his books and other products are designed to help the reader learn to make the best of one’s talents—or the lack thereof.

He believes that nothing pre-disposes a person for success or failure. And it’s hard to disagree with that since we are daily surrounded by lots of talents that got misdirected and wasted, as well as average persons who’ve achieved astounding success through resilience and focus.

By thus helping individuals to make the most of their unique circumstances in life, this renowned mentor has helped millions to beat the odds and become a source of inspiration.

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