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Bob Epperly, author of Growing Up After Fifty: From Exxon Executive to Spiritual Seeker from Human Sun Media, worked in management at Exxon Research and Engineering Co. for more than 20 years, finally becoming a general manager, and later CEO of a startup company.
Having spent much of his professional life creating win-win environments for employees and employers and co-authoring a book entitled, Interactive Career Development: Integrating Employer and Employee Goals, he now coaches people who seek life-transforming career change. During the last quarter century, he has made spiritual self-realization and psychological integration his top priorities.
Epperly and his wife, Sarah, live in Mountain View, Calif., and have three grown children and four grandchildren.
For more information, please visit bobepperly.com.
Entries by Bob Epperly
We all want to be successful in life, but finding what it takes isn’t as easy as it might seem. In our culture, there is a strong tendency to equate success with position, power, and money, and that was my perspective as I prepared myself for a business career and as I advanced in the corporate world. I assumed that I would feel complete as a person when I achieved enough position, power, and money. But how much is enough? It was only after becoming CEO of a startup company that I realized there would never be enough, that I needed… Read more.
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The diagnosis of cancer is the first step on a journey of trials and challenge. But what if the cancer experience could become a spiritual pilgrimage - the doorway to a season of growth and renewal? In her uplifting new book, Intuition, Cancer & Miracles, Sara Wiseman shares her journey with cancer and shows how spiritual awakening and healing are always with us. Along with her story, Sara invites readers to directly experience the transformative power of the meditations she used to create healing in her own body. Intuition, Cancer & Miracles is an insightful resource for anyone with cancer and for those who provide support.