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TITLE: The Business of Honor
AUTHOR: Bob Hasson with Danny Silk
PUBLISHER: Loving on Purpose
DATE OF PUBLICATION: December 12, 2017
RETAIL PRICE: $14.99 US (Softcover)
Long form copy for newsletters, email campaigns, blog posts, etc.:
The Business of Honor: Restoring the Heart of Business
Bob Hasson, CEO and President of Hasson, Inc., a leading commercial paint contracting company in the Western U.S., and Danny Silk, author of Keep Your Love On and Culture of Honor, have coauthored a new book: The Business of Honor: Restoring the Heart of Business.
The book’s premise is simple but compelling—operating with honor in business is essential if we hope to achieve not only sustainable profits but also a life with meaningful and rewarding work, relationships, career, and legacy. Hasson and Silk define honor as “the art of stewarding relationships well” and lead the reader on a journey to understand how to do that. It begins with walking in a healthy identity, from which we learn to build healthy, honoring relationships and ultimately lead in fostering an honoring culture around us.
“The Business of Honor is a book after my own heart. Why? Because I’m a firm believer that leaders should serve first and lead second. When leaders are humble and vulnerable in front of their people, it creates a two-way bond of trust. When people are empowered to bring their brains to work, they feel valued and safe, relationships flourish, and results follow. Bob Hasson gets it right when he says “trust, safety, and belonging are the fruit of serving well.” Read this book, apply its lessons, and you will be a better leader.” –KEN BLANCHARD, Coauthor of The New One Minute Manager® and coeditor of Servant Leadership in Action
This book is for leaders from CEOs to small business owners, and for anyone who wants to impact their business or work culture with honor. Get this book today, and be prepared for it to transform your heart and business!
Short form copy for blurbs:
The Business of Honor: Restoring the Heart of Business
Operating with honor in business is essential if we hope to achieve not only sustainable profits but also a life with meaningful and rewarding work, relationships, career, and legacy. In The Business of Honor, Bob Hasson and Danny Silk lay out a pathway for living with a heart of honor in business, from receiving your identity to investing in healthy relationships and taking the lead in building honoring culture in your company or organization.
BOB HASSON is a businessman and leadership consultant. His greatest passion is strengthening leaders and their organizations, with a specific focus on developing sound organizational structure, fiscal responsibility, and dynamic relationships on leadership teams. He is Founder and CEO of R.M Hasson Painting Contractors, Inc. For over thirty years, he has been active as a consultant and board member for churches, ministries, nonprofits, and school boards. Since 2012, he has traveled around the world with Danny Silk as a speaker and consultant for Loving on Purpose. He has been married for thirty years to his wife, Lauren, and they have four children.
DANNY SILK serves on the Senior Leadership Team of both Bethel Church in Redding, CA and Jesus Culture in Sacramento, CA. He is the President and Co-Founder of Loving on Purpose, a ministry to families and communities worldwide. Danny is also the author of five books covering the subjects of building successful relationships, a culture of honor and strong families. Danny and Sheri married in 1984 and have three children and three grandchildren.
The Business of Honor is a book after my own heart. Why? Because I’m a firm believer that leaders should serve first and lead second. When leaders are humble and vulnerable in front of their people, it creates a two-way bond of trust. When people are empowered to bring their brains to work, they feel valued and safe, relationships flourish, and results follow. Bob Hasson gets it right when he says ‘trust, safety, and belonging are the fruit of serving well.’ Read this book, apply its lessons, and you will be a better leader.
This authentically brilliant business book centered on relationship integrity translates easily into the vast array of human interactions. Our relationships comprise the colors of our lives: parental, friendship, business, communal, marital, etc. Read with a highlighter, then go back and spend some time with what you underscored. Every one of us has a deep, driving longing to be an integrated and successful human being, and this book is enormously helpful in showing us how.
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INTERVIEW TOPICS & SAMPLE QUESTIONS
Suggested Interview Questions:
- You are a busy and successful CEO of your own company, talk about your relationship with Danny Silk and how it led to writing this book and why you both felt it was important at this time.
- What is honor, and why do we need honor in business?
- Why is identity fundamentally important? What are the key truths you’ve discovered in your own journey of identity, and how have they impacted your business?
- What is the heart of the Father for people in business, and how do we grow in expressing that?
- In chapter 6, you break down relational investment into three areas—telling the truth, receiving well, and serving well. Can you explain each and give some examples of what they look like.
- In chapter 8, you talk about the “rewards” we get to experience in honoring business relationships. What are these rewards?
- In chapter 9 you say that honoring leaders lead by modeling, empowering, and protecting. Can you describe what you mean by each of these, and why they’re so important?
- Why are feedback and accountability critical to honoring relationships and businesses? What is the difference between dishonoring and honoring feedback and accountability?
- How do you guard your heart as a leader so that you keep practicing what you preach and preventing a crash?
- What are the top three things that you hope readers will take away from this book?
- How do you hope to see The Business of Honor impact business leaders and organizations, and ultimately influence business culture?
- How has your life changed since you released The Business of Honor and what are your goals and dreams for the future?