Man at Desk

TIM ALLSTON

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STORY OF TIM ALLSTON

A Life in Words

For 41 years, tim allston received industry awards for marketing/public relations, higher education administration and customer service retention expertise with private universities, multinational PR agencies and a broadcast satellite service company. 


Then more importantly, God revealed to him his special calling/ministry for servant leadership: recovering from his own addiction to self (“ego-holism”), as well as embracing his lifelong personal and professional “leadership from the middle.”


Now most importantly, tim has dedicated his life to creating services and products addressing both ego-holism recovering and silver-mettle leadership (“achieving your #1-ness, by embracing your #2-ness”). 

 
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7 STEPS TO MANAGE EGO PROBLEMS: THE HOW-TO GUIDE FOR “SOMEBODY ELSE”

June 2017

7 Steps to Manage Ego Problems: The How-to Guide for “Somebody Else,” introduces this author’s journey of recovering from “ego-holism,” the addiction to our big AND little egos - either of which will drain every person, organization, event and activity.

 
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THE U.S. CORONAVIRUS CRISIS AND THE RISE OF THE "SILVER-METTLE" LEADERS

September 22, 2020

This first of an upcoming 10-book series shows how to manage this Mother of All Addictions through applying the 10-step “tim commandments of ego-holism recovering.”


The U.S. Coronavirus Crisis and the Rise of the “Silver-Mettle” Leaders: 11 Steps up A SILVERPATH revealed five governors - national “leaders from the middle” - who seized the White House leadership void in addressing the country’s COVID-19 pandemic crisis.

More importantly, it introduced the challenges and perils - as well as the benefits and opportunities - of being number-two persons or “silver-mettle” leaders, in organizations such as families, social groups, workplaces and places of worship.

 
 

"Then the Lord answered me and said:

'Write the vision
And make it plain on tablets,
That he may run who reads it."

Habbakkuk 2:2 (New King James Version)

 
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