Power Talk w/ Linda B w/ Timothy Hartwell & Mosezickle Pitts

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Timothy Hartwell has risen above it all. Having lost his father when he was fourteen, Timothy has always maintained the strong work ethic his family taught him. Having 18 years’ experience in the construction industry, transitioning to television, then training and training development, business consulting and coaching, Timothy holds most dear the idea that we can all achieve the potential seeded within us. Like many before him, Timothy was influenced in his early manhood largely by Zig Ziglar and his book, See You at the Top - the first book on his rediscovery of the joy of reading and learning. It forever changed his life. He places great emphasis on the importance of skills training and has developed, written, and delivered material on both technical and soft skills, as well as growth principles, leadership training, and customer service training.

Mosezickle Pitts selfpublished author born and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma also a certified genealogist. I started writing 20 years ago while researching into the mysterious death of my grandfather back in 1937 at Lincoln County Oklahoma on his farm while drawing water from the well. According to documents recorded in a 1941 probate it appeared that my grandfather's death was nothing short of murder. After listening to my grandmother's numerous stories I decided to check it out and to my surprise the probate gave clues unnumerable. It was this time I decided to write my story about the mysterious death of this Colored farmer who dropped dead leaving my father who was only 9 months old at the timen a fatherless child. I've been a speaker on my book for several years and have helped others in simuliar situations including locating ancestor background information, 

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