Celebrating 36 Years

On Thursday, July 6th, I will turn 36 years old. 

To celebrate my birthday I wanted to give you a gift but first let me tell you about why The Re:Vision Conference is so important to me.  

For years I’ve worked with people who have always talked about changing one day. 

“One day I’ll pursue my calling”

“One day I’ll take a chance”

“One day I’ll write that book”

“One day I’ll start that business”

“One day I’ll see if this idea works”

I wanted to help people turn their “one day” into “today” and that’s why it’s so important for you to attend the Re:Vision Conference. Our lineup of speakers have experienced major life changes and want to share the secrets of Re:Vision with you. 

Most of us have a one day scenario and we think if we just get the right motivation, inspiration, or support things will be different. The Re:Vision Conference is an event designed to give you the motivation, inspiration, and support you need to make the changes in your life YOU KNOW you need to make.

In honor of my birthday I wanted to pass on an amazing discount. If you register for the Re:Vision Conference by Friday and use the promo code QUINNBDAY you’ll receive $15 off the registration price.

So instead of celebrating my birthday on my birthday let’s celebrate together at The Re:Vision Conference.

Click this link to and use the promotional code QUINNBDAY to get your gift.  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-revision-conference-tickets-35028057864

P.S. If you can’t make it feel free to buy a ticket and donate it to someone. 

Making Up For Lost Time

I’m a year behind schedule.

In 2016 I held my first conference and it was an incredible experience.

Nearly 60 people gathered for a half day session on the campus of Western Kentucky University where I shared principles from my book Leading While Green. It was great experience which lead to several opportunities to teach and train other leaders.

The feedback from the conference was incredible and I had planned to continue hosting the conference in different venues across the country.

Then life happened.  Continue reading “Making Up For Lost Time”

How To Face Your Fears And Get Over 1000 People To Pick Up Your Book

Scared was an understatement.

I had just opened my first shipment of books. The smell of that box is forever stamped in my memory. I was excited to experience a reality I had only dreamt about years earlier. That was until I started thumbing through the pages.

At first there was one.

Then were were two.

They started to add up.

Why where there so many mistakes in my book?

Maybe it was because I was a self-published author on a shoe string budget which required me to do most of the editing myself. Maybe it was because I needed to wait a few more months (or years) before everything was perfect? Maybe it was because I had no idea what I was doing?

Continue reading “How To Face Your Fears And Get Over 1000 People To Pick Up Your Book”

Don’t Always Start From Scratch

A friend listed me in the acknowledgement section of his devotional book.

I along with 5 others were credited with keeping him from “reinventing the wheel”.  He had spoken to all of us about our writing journey. My encouragement to him was to glean everything you can from others who have published before you. Take what works and fit it to your context. There was no need to start from scratch.

Years ago BASF, a chemical company, produced a commercial about their work. Their simple message was they don’t make the stuff that is important to you. They make the stuff that is important to you better. In a sense, BASF is in the business of shining and polishing wheels that have already been invented.

Continue reading “Don’t Always Start From Scratch”

The Price of Fandom

I tell people that I grew up in Detroit. 


Technically, this is true. I was born and raised in Pontiac, Michigan, a city listed as part of the Metropolitan Detroit area. Google “Metropolitan Detroit” and you’ll see what I mean. The conversation always becomes interesting when people ask what part of Detroit I’m from and I mention a city 30 minutes away. If this conversation takes place near someone who is from the actual city, they always smirk.

Continue reading “The Price of Fandom”