Guest Post: Arthur Coombs

Sunday, February 18, 2018

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I am excited to be here to bring you a guest post from Arthur Coombs. Please help me in giving him a warm welcome!


John Quincy Adams maintained that the most successful people were those whose actions inspired others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more. These people were the ones who left the sidelines, entered the fray, and threw themselves into life. They were the ones who forged a nation and achieved the impossible. They were the ones who truly connected to life, to others, and to themselves.
Today, the world needs human connection more than ever. It needs people who strive for deeper relationships, not just surface recognition, who come at life with the enthusiasm, energy, and excitement that bind people together. These people have a powerful impact on all around them.
HUMAN CONNECTION contains fresh perspectives and unforgettable stories into a simple formula that will result in rich connections as you live, laugh, learn, love, and lead those who mean the most to you. Begin today to live the authentic, abundant life you were meant to as you build and shape the connections that change everything.”

Best-selling author, speaker, and entrepreneur Arthur Coombs brings decades of global expertise to readers, audiences, and corporations. Founder and CEO of KomBea Corporation, Art has served for more than fifteen years developing and marketing tools that blend human intelligence and automation.
Art’s best-selling Don’t Just Manage—LEAD! has been hailed by some of the nation’s top executives, and his new work on the foundations of human connection provides a powerful formula for success that captivates and inspires readers.
Before founding KomBea, Art served as EVP of Strategic Initiatives for FirstSource. He was the founder and CEO of Echopass Corporation. Art has served as Sento Corporation’s CEO, managing director and vice president of Europe for Sykes Enterprises, and has worked for organizations such as Hewlett-Packard, VLSI Research, and RasterOps.
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