Wednesday, May 1, 2024

Book Tour + #Giveaway: A Win Won Situation by Reggie Gray @HoustonICC @RABTBookTours

Crossroads to Collaboration, A Personal Development Journey to Building Successful and Synergistic Relationships

Motivational/Business improvement

Date Published: March 12, 2024

Publisher: Elite Online Publishing

In A Win Won Situation, Reggie Gray embarks on a profound exploration of personal development, interweaving his life experiences with insightful lessons on building successful and synergistic relationships.

WIN WON comes from what Reggie puts into practice in his business and personal relationships.  WHAT I NEED – WHAT OTHERS NEED

Through engaging chapters filled with personal accounts deeply woven with important life lessons, Reggie imparts wisdom gained from his unique blend of experiences. He challenges the reader to rethink conventional notions of success and relationship building, offering a fresh perspective on how to lead a more fulfilling life. This book is not just another motivational read. It is a call to action, inviting readers to scrutinize the motives behind the self-help industry and to seek authenticity in their personal growth journeys.

Perfect for anyone at a crossroads in their personal and professional relationships, A Win Won Situation is a guide for those who seek to live a meaningful last third of their life, leaving behind a legacy of collaboration, success, and genuine connection.

Interview with Reggie Gray, Author A Win Won Situation

Does writing energize or exhaust you?

Writing is an energetic process and many times almost feels like a purging. Usually I’ve got a lot of topics, ideas anecdotes etc. and when I can finally get them “on paper” it feels like I’ve locked in the information and it’s no longer on my mind to record before I foret the relevance or application of how I remembered the information.

What is the first book that made you cry?

Not really all that significant, but Old Yeller in elementary school.

How did publishing your first book change your process of writing?

Now that I understand the process and stages of publishing. My methodology of recording, editing and preparation is more in order of the typical process.

What do you owe the real people upon whom you base your characters?I usually feel like if I’m going to actually release their name or identity or picture in the story, I need to inform them. I have chosen to lose or give up my privacy or disclosure into my life, but they didn’t make that decision. I need to be respective of their privacy for just crossing my path in life.

Where did your love of books/storytelling/reading/writing/etc. come from?

I think a combination of my love of reading when I was young and attending church a lot and hearing the stories or anecdotes ministers would use to convey their message or impact the audience.

What do you like to read in your free time?

Motivational books and books on improving in business. Really along the lines of what I wrote about.

Can you share some stories about people you met while researching this book?

There are several stories in the book. Additional stories I am disclosing in a new book currently underway that will be released later this year: I May Never Come This Way Again

Why did you choose to write in your particular field or genre?  If you write more than one, how do you balance them?

It has been a favorite of mine since I was in high school. After reading a Nopleon Hill book, I hoped I could one day have enough experience to write something like that.

How do you begin writing a new book? What challenges come with it?

I begin by just taking it a chapter at a time. Keep it simple and not overwhelming. Write in small steps and eventually it’s done.

Share a place that inspires you to write (don't forget to include lots of pictures!)

My desk area in my home is very relaxing for me to write, but I like to get a lot of my inspiration during my travel abroad in when I can get to great nature spots or experience sunrises, and sunsets – visual inspiring imagery that isolates my thoughts and allows me to focus on topics or issues rather than the daily routine. International iconic sites of history really are some of my favorite. It allows me to ponderthe history and cultures that came before and puts life and legacy into proper perspective.

About the Author

As the President of the Intercontinental Chamber of Commerce, Gray has been a pivotal figure in the Houston area, with a strong presence in the community for over 25 years. Gray has served on numerous area boards and received numerous awards from those area organizations for his commitment and service to Houston-area communities. Previous to the Chamber, he was a Vice President of Marketing in the real estate management and development industry and Vice President of Business Development for an international logistics corporation.

His projects and positions have taken him throughout the U.S. and to nearly 60 countries worldwide, where he has collaborated with a variety of industries, corporate executives, international leaders, and royalty. Gray has received awards of designation, appreciation, and partnerships from numerous countries, such as Canada, Mexico, El Salvador, Malta, China, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Monaco, and Panama.

Gray spends time and speaks often of his three sons and his focus on them or, as he has repeatedly been quoted, “They are the oxygen in his lungs.”


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Michael Law said...

I'm looking forward to reading this informative book. Thanks for hosting.