by Mike Lyles Publish: Nov 04, 2019Advice & How ToBiographies & MemoirsGeneral NonfictionBusiness
Life teaches every person a great deal of valuable lessons. While these lessons can be good or sometimes bad, we can find a way to learn from each of them. From the people we meet, to those we learn from or teach, there are many great stories to be told. In "The Drive-Thru is Not Always Faster", Mike Lyles shares 30 chapters, each a separate short story, which will provide you with inspiration, a new way of thinking, and lessons that can be taken to heart. Whether you are young or old, a student in school, in the middle of your career, or retired, this book will leave you with great advice and positive motivating thoughts to live by.
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BIOGRAPHY Mike W. Lyles is an international speaker, author, IT professional, mentor, and coach in North Carolina. Mike is a graduate of Appalachian State University with a degree in computer science. He began his work as a software engineer, writing software programs for various companies. For over 25 years, Mike has led, coached, and mentored hundreds of people.
Mike began writing for multiple publications in 2011 and began speaking at multiple conferences and events in 2012. Since then, Mike has shared his experiences across five of the seven continents and multiple countries.
Mike is inspired by helping others to grow both in their career and their personal growth. He has mentored and coached many people through the years, and is working on his next book, which will be focused on leadership within various organizations and teams.
To know more about Mike, you can find all of his social media links at www.MikeWLyles.com
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