Richard V. Battle, author of Navigating Life’s Journey: Common Sense in Uncommon Times. He was appointed by Texas Governor Rick Perry to The Texas Judicial Council and The Texas Emerging Technology Fund.
Was January 6th 2021 bad for our democracy? Of course. Could it have been worse? Always. So says author and expert Richard Battle, whose latest book “Navigating Life’s Journey-Common Sense In Uncommon Times” seems tailor made for today.
“It can ALWAYS be worse. In the big scheme of things, even though it’s tough in the middle of big events like this, it’s crucial to keep perspective,” says Battle.“
Richard is an award winning author who previously published, Conquering Life’s Course, Unwelcome Opportunity, The Volunteer Handbook, The Four Letter Word That Builds Character, Surviving Grief by God’s Grace and The Master’s Sales Secrets.
Richard has been a public speaker and trainer for over 30 years on topics including volunteerism, leadership, sales and faith. Richard Battle was an executive with KeyTrak (a Reynolds and Reynolds company), and has more than 40 years of experience in sales, executive management and leadership in various business entities.
He was appointed by Texas Governor Rick Perry to The Texas Judicial Council and The Texas Emerging Technology Fund.
He served on the board of directors of Alpha Kappa Psi, international professional business fraternity, and was a past chairman.
As president of the Austin Junior Chamber of Commerce (1983-1984), the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce recognized the chapter as the Most Outstanding chapter in the United States, and the Junior Chamber of Commerce International recognized Richard as the Outstanding Chapter President in the world.
He has served on the board of many organizations including The John Ben Shepperd Public Leadership Foundation, Boy Scouts of America, Muscular Dystrophy Association and Keep Austin Beautiful.
Not immune to challenges, Richard has survived an apartment fire that his neighbor died, experienced financial ruin with the Texas real estate collapse in the 1980’s, divorce, experienced two heart procedures, survived cancer and his the most significant loss of all, the death of his only son.
Richard lives in Lakeway, Texas. Richard’s mission is to share ideas and experiences with the desire to help people win life’s race.
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