Book Review: The Baron Son (National Bestseller)
THE BARON SON: VADE MECUM 7 By Vicky Therese Davis, William R. Patterson, and D. Marques Patton Long & Silverman Publishing, Inc. ISBN - 159575375 Today it seems nearly impossible to open a n...
THE BARON SON: VADE MECUM 7
By Vicky Therese Davis, William R. Patterson, and D. Marques Patton
Long & Silverman Publishing, Inc.
ISBN - 159575375
Today it seems nearly impossible to open a newspaper without finding a story of corruption, cover-ups, or ethical lapses in judgment from prominent figures in positions of authority. With corporate and political scandal rampant and executives headed to jail in record numbers, the unbridled pursuit of wealth and abusive use of power are no longer options. Now, as an instrument of change, Bestselling co-authors Vicky Therese Davis, William R. Patterson, and D. Marques Patton step forward to present their new book, "The Baron Son," as a revolutionary road map to ethically guide leaders and remake America's organizations.
After completing "The Baron Son," I found it to be as promised, a challenging and insightful work with a life-changing power. For those with no interest in the subject of leadership, not to worry, the teachings of "The Baron Son" reach far beyond the genre, adeptly covering such areas as building wealth, entrepreneurship, marketing and salesmanship to name a few.
"The Baron Son" is an instructional tale that reveals the wealth-building secrets of an oil merchant who through a string of successes and failures becomes the richest man the world has ever known. Having started from nothing, this wealthy Baron uses his life as the blueprint for the ethical attainment of riches both in material and non-material form. With many unexpected twists and turns, the story alone makes for a fascinating read, but the valuable leadership, financial, and business lessons formed into 11 "Supreme Principles" propel the book into an entirely different realm. Its archaic style is reminiscent of such classic works as "The Richest Man in Babylon" by George Clayson or "The Greatest Salesman in the World" by Og Mandino. In my opinion however, the story and depth of content in "The Baron Son" easily surpass both earlier books.
The authors do an excellent job of weaving their insights on a number of pertinent and diverse topics into a colorful and inspiring story. There are countless ideas that entrepreneurs will benefit from whether they are starting a new business or growing an existing enterprise. Investors will also notice subtle points that can help them improve their returns and avoid bad investments. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, there is a clear road map for ethical leaders to help them direct their actions with vision, integrity, and passion to create the greatest value for all those they serve. Recent history has proven this to be a lost ideal.
As with all things, there will be some people who will not appreciate the book or realize that they are the ones that need it most, but for those individuals with creative vision, there will be no limit to what he or she can achieve through its teachings. It is one of those few unique works that will reveal a new understanding each time it is opened. A book of wisdom for all seasons of life, "The Baron Son" truly is, as the authors would say, one of the "Seedlings of Empires."
Rating: 5 Stars
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Buck Bradley is a leadership business consultant and contributing writer to over 130 business publications across the U.S. and Europe.