About the Author


Peter Weddle is a Baby Boomer, Army brat and Vietnam era veteran.  Described by The Washington Post as “a man filled with ingenious ideas,” he is the author or editor of over two dozen books and has been a columnist for National Business Employment Weekly and the interactive edition of The Wall Street Journal.

Here’s what others have said about some of his previous books:

A Multitude of Hope - A Novel About Rediscovering the American Dream

“engaging and thoughtful.”
Joyce Lain Kennedy, syndicated career columnist

“… one of the bravest books I’ve read in a long time.”
Christine Ramsey, President Boxwood Technology

Recognizing Richard Rabbit - A Fable About Being True to Yourself

“… a pep talk about being true to yourself.”
Celeste Blackburn, Managing Editor Resources for Humans

“inspires useful reflection and a practical rethinking of your own personal; effectiveness in work and life.”
Jonathan Goodman, Review on Social Median

Some of Peter Weddle’s Other Books:

The Career Activist Republic

‘Tis of Thee:A Son’s Search for the Meaning of Patriotism

Generalship: HR Leadership in a Time of War

All of Peter’s books – except for A Prescription for the Soul, which isn’t yet published – are available at Amazon.com.