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Mac Anderson

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Mac Anderson's Bio

Mac Anderson is the founder of Simple Truths and Successories each company becoming a leader in its niche. Simple Truths is a publisher with one of the largest collections of motivational/inspirational books in the country with over 150 titles or themes such as: Attitude, Leadership, Teamwork and Customer Service. Successories, known for their wall decor, is the leader in designing and marketing products for motivation and recognition.

These companies, however, are not the first success stories for Mac. He was also the founder and CEO of McCord Travel, the largest travel company in the Midwest, and part owner/VP of Sales and Marketing for Orval Kent Food Company, the country's largest manufacturer of prepared salads. His accomplishments in these unrelated industries provide some insight into his passion and leadership skills.

He also brings the same passion to his speaking where he speaks to many corporate audiences on a variety of topics, including leadership, motivation and team building.

Mac has authored or co-authored twenty-two books that have sold over three million copies. Some of his titles include: 212 The Extra Degree, 212 Service, You Can't Send a Duck to Eagle School, The Dash, The Power of Attitude, Habits Die Hard, Charging the Human Battery, The Essence of Leadership, The Power of Kindness and What's the Big Idea?

For more information about Mac, visit www.simpletruths.com