John L. Herman Jr. (known as just “Herman”) is not just a business expert; you might say he is an accomplishment expert. He was a jet pilot in the United States Air Force after completing college early, he has been a very successful serial entrepreneur, he is the author of two great books, and he now teaches others the skills they need to find their own successful future. Herman’s positive, uplifting message motivates owners, staff, and individuals to FIND THEIR FUTURE, and he gives them the TOOLS THEY NEED FOR SUCCESS at his many speaking engagements.
Herman has owned more than 20 companies: some succeeded, some failed. One became publicly traded, sold stock for 20 times the opening price, and soon went bust. Herman then ran a brokerage firm: he consulted with over 1,000 owners of failing companies. In effect, he was a “corporate hit man” for the banks: they would convince owners to hire him, to recoup their loan money. And he did it well — because he understood what the owners were facing. In fact, he was recognized across the country as an expert witness in corporate bankruptcy cases.
Herman’s two books — The Innkeeper Tales and Hermanisms: Axioms for Business and Life — show readers what really happens in their world and how to achieve what they want. His books also stress that what you can learn when something fails may be worth more to you than if the venture succeeds. And Herman delivers his message with a style unlike most business books: his books entertain you while they deliver true inspiring stories of individuals accomplishing success.
Radio hosts enjoy talking with Herman about his notion that “failure isn’t fatal.” Business groups appreciate hearing Herman’s reality-based advice. Click here to watch Herman’s short demo DVD. See what you think. Browse through the site, provide comments of your own, and check out the books. Herman looks forward to hearing from you.