A Father's Story - His Daughter's Legacy
"A Beautiful, Moving, Inspiring Story of Love and Faith"
“This is a beautiful, moving, inspiring story of love and faith that will move every father at a deep level.”
In Matt Patterson's debut book - My Emily - he tells the story of a hurting family, an amazing little girl and a mysteriously faithful God.
Emily wasn't born perfect - so one might think.
She was born with Down syndrome and many would jump to the conclusion that she would have very little hope for a life with any significance. Two years later came the diagnosis of leukemia. What little hope remaining turned to no hope whatsoever - or so one might think.
Matt Patterson shares the life of his little girl, with all its perceived imperfections, had great meaning. Her loving nature and courage touched the hearts of everyone she met. She also taught them how to value their own lives - even with their many "imperfections."
With copies now having touched much of the globe, My Emily has been an Amazon top-rated and international best-seller. In addition, it has received recognition in three national book award programs.
We've Got This!
How Great Organizations Conquer Crisis
Viewed as a leading authority on leadership, change, communication and team building, Matt’s latest release – We’ve Got This!: How Great Organizations Conquer Challenges, Manage Change & Win As A Team – takes aim at how organizations, leadership and colleagues can help their team members when a personal crisis affects their professional lives.
Many experience this Great Collide. And for those who have dodged this bullet, you may be reading this knowing someone on your team who is knee-deep in this battle.
How do we help? What to say? What to do? When to say it or when to keep our lips zipped? When to step forward to offer assistance – whether it’s to step forward to assist with a project that has a deadline looming or lend a shoulder to someone who is at their breaking point?
This can go both ways. When crisis enters our lives, how much do we say? Who do we say it to? When to say it? When not to say it? Do we say it at all?
This is where We've Got This! - already an Amazon #1 international bestseller in organizational behavior, management and leadership categories - begins to examine and learn how we, as organizations, leaders, teams and colleagues can come together and treat those who are fighting this fight.
Like people. Not positions.