Paul’s Books

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What’s Left of Me: How I lost a fight with a rogue hippo and won my life

A note from the author

After more years of writing, revising and rewriting than it probably should have taken me, I’m delighted and relieved to announce that What’s Left of Me: How I lost a fight with a rogue hippo and won my life is ready to be read by someone other than my long-suffering editor. I hope that you enjoy it! Cheers, Paul

What people are saying…

“An engrossing, thrilling, rewarding read. And all the more remarkable because it is true.” Richard Farrell, Author, The Art of Software Support and The Zeit Guy Chronicles

“Paul’s life shows that it’s not how hard you fall, but whether you get back up and how you use your past and present experiences to create your future.”  Paul G. Johnson, Founder, The Bloomfield Group

“What’s Left of Me” is an incredibly moving story.  I picked it up one morning and couldn’t put it down until I finished it, ingesting every captivating morsel and experiencing a whole realm of emotions along the way; I laughed, I wept, and there were moments I had to remember to breathe. “What’s Left of Me” truly puts life in perspective. To know that these events actually happened and that Paul championed his way through them is unbelievably inspiring.         Jean MI

 

Success Simplified

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A refreshingly practical compilation revealing simple time tested strategies that produce measurable results in business and in life. Paul Templer, keynote speaker and author, has been selected from a nationwide search to be featured in Success Simplified; a highly successful book series. The book features best-selling authors Stephen Covey (The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People), Dr. Tony Alessandra (The New Art of Managing People), and Patricia Fripp (Award-winning Professional Keynote Speaker). Templer, Covey, Alessandra and Fripp, are joined by other well-known authors and speakers, each offering time-tested strategies for success in frank and intimate interviews.

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