The Power of A Wish: Frank Shankwitz
November 1, 2018
Hosted by Dr. Cheryl Lentz
Welcome back! This week we are joined by guest Frank Shankwitz, a founder of the Make A Wish Foundation. Come visit as Frank shares his experiences regarding the creation of the Make a Wish Foundation as a Arizona Highway Patrol Motorcycle Officer. He shares with us how to turn something negative into something positive to make it work with Stickability. We will talk about his failure to success stories, his book Wish Man, the making of the Wish Man movie, and his tagline Everyone can be a hero. Tune in to have Frank share his success stories born from humble beginnings and the power of a wish that changed the world. For more details, please see the website: http://www.wishman1.com/
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Our show highlights business success stories that came from failure. Guests share lessons from failure not taught in business school that successful business owners know. These stories are based on failure to inspire you to keep going when the going gets tough, to understand and embrace failure and its purpose.
Our focus is on the process of failure, the process through failure as seen by those business owners who have made friends with failure to help you understand the true path to unlocking success.
The learning touch points are to understand the concept of failure and its process, understand through teachable moments of failure of business success stories, and understanding the truth about success, as success comes AFTER failure.
Dr. Cheryl Lentz
Dr. Cheryl A. Lentz is an author, consultant, speaker, and founder of The Refractive Thinker(r), 16-time award winning series for doctoral scholars. Affectionately known as “Doc C” to her students, she is a university professor on faculty with Embry-Riddle University, Grand Canyon University (GCU), University of Phoenix, and Walden University. Dr. Cheryl serves as a dissertation coach, offering expertise as a professional editor for APA style for graduate thesis and doctoral dissertations, as well as faculty journal publications and books.
Her awards include: Walden Faculty of the Year, DBA Program, 2016 and 18 writing awards. She is a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority.
Dr. Lentz is a prolific author with more than 37 publications known for her writings on The Golden Palace Theory of Management and refractive thinking. Additional published works include “Journey Outside the Golden Palace,” “The Consumer Learner,” “Technology That Tutors,” “Effective Study Skills,” “The Dissertation Toolbox” International Best Seller “The Expert Success Solution,” and her contributions to the award-winning series “The Refractive Thinker(r): Anthology of Doctoral Learners, Volumes I-XIV.” In August, the Refractive Thinker Vol XIV: Healthcare earned Amazon’s number one bestseller status.