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A Layman Considers Wisdom

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The May 30, 2013, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with United States Air Force veteran Marshall Lenne the author of A Layman Considers Wisdom.

Program Date: May 30, 2013

Program Time: 1500 hours, PACIFIC

Topic: A Layman Considers Wisdom

Listen Live: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/lawenforcement/2013/05/30/a-layman-considers-wisdom

Marshall Lenne is a “retired human resources professional. Educated in parochial schools, he received a congressional appointment to the United States Air Force Academy. Upon receipt of his degree and commission, he married his wife, Victoria, and entered pilot training. Rated as USAF instructor pilot, he was intimately involved in motivating and training pilots to make wise decisions under stress. After completing his USAF service, Marshall spent thirty-five years in human resources, observing, analyzing, and affecting human behavior.”  Marshall Lenne is the author of A Layman Considers Wisdom.

According to the book description of A Layman Considers Wisdom, “The world is full of smart decisions. Yet, there are wars; genocide and ethnic cleansing; people suffering from disease and hunger; human beings considered less than human because of their race, color of their skin, or their sex. The world needs men and women making and acting on wise decisions. In order to do that, they must seek and acquire wisdom. In A Layman Considers Wisdom, Marshall Lenne sows, cultivates, and leaves for your harvesting life-sustaining wisdom. His considerations probe the motivation driving decisions and the resulting worldly and spiritual consequences. Discover who really determines if a decision or action is wise or foolish, good or evil. Discover how you can make wise decisions and act wisely, even in the face of adversity. Discover who Wisdom is!”

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