Today is a day to celebrate all the good we have done as parents…and to forgive any transgressions…and to contemplate fresh starts when necessary. One great thing about life is no matter who you are or where you are there are always past events to be thankful for AND future chances to create something fresh … Continue reading Celebrating today…
Kevin Hancock's award-winning book, Not For Sale: Finding Center in the Land of Crazy Horse, on sale for $20/each with FREE shipping, or, BUY 3 GET 1 FREE! Now through 12/31/16. Get your newly released 2nd edition copy with new cover & pictures, signed by the author for the perfect holiday gift! Enter coupon code: … Continue reading Holiday Book Sale!
Videos now available online! At the 2nd Annual Maine Live on March 24th, 14 speakers shared their stories of integrity, tenacity, and courage. For Kevin Hancock, CEO of Hancock Lumber Company, that story is about losing his voice to a rare neurological disorder and then finding it again after spending time on the Pine Ridge Indian … Continue reading Video of Kevin’s Maine Live presentation now posted online
The New York Times features Kevin Hancock in their March 9th online article titled, “A Lumber Executive Loses His Voice and Finds Balance”.Writer Jennifer Van Allen recounts the past decade and Kevin’s journey – how losing his voice led to a series of unexpected events, ultimately helping Kevin redefine his role as CEO and share power more broadly … Continue reading New York Times Features Kevin Hancock!
I spent the day at our sawmill in Bethel, Maine yesterday. At the end of the work day, I gave each of the 103 people who work there a copy of my book, NOT FOR SALE - Finding Center in the Land of Crazy Horse! The day before I had personalized each book...took almost 3 … Continue reading Bethel Sawmill – Book Day!
Sunday, I did a book talk at the Casco Library (my hometown library)! 1/2 of my former english teachers were there! That was a little overwhelming! Sold 20 books. Yesterday we shipped 12 books from on-line orders to 7 different states! Today I am giving a book to all 103 people who work at our … Continue reading Spreading the word!
I spoke today at the annual Maine Youth Leadership Conference (MYL) (www.maineyouthleadership.org). MYL is one of my favorite organizations. Each year it brings 10th grade “ambassadors” from every high school in Maine to come together for a program of leadership development, social tolerance and personal exploration. For the past two years I have given the … Continue reading NOT FORGOTTEN
I am writing a book about the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota and the people of Oglala Sioux Tribe who live there. Along the way I enjoy sharing my experiences through pictures I have taken. This video follows my third visit to the Reservation where I; participated in a dedication ceremony for a … Continue reading Let The Wind Blow Through You (Me and Pine Ridge continued)
The Maine based construction company Cianbro has a sign up on their conference room in Pittsfield that simply reads, “No one in this room is smarter than all of us.” Another quote I like is, “If both of us always agree, one of us isn’t necessary.”Back in April I toured every location to sit in … Continue reading An Employee Led Company