Currently, I am working on a book that will empower anyone in sales to reach their full potential. “From Purpose to Profit,” will also serve as an invaluable resource for small business owners and retailers wanting to create long-term customers. Look for this latest title in the near future.

I have also co-authored two books on Native American art, which are described below.

“From Purpose to Profit”

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My philosophy is that selling is not selling at all; it’s building bridges and relationships so that you can better understand a customer’s needs and succeed in fulfilling them. Years of experience in retail sales, consulting and interpersonal training have informed my latest book. In From Purpose to Profit, I teach you how to close a sale, as well as how to motivate others in their sale’s work.

“An Introduction to the Cheyenne/Arapaho Ledger Book from the Pamplin Collection”

The Cheyenne/Arapaho Ledger BookCheyenne Arapaho warriors frequently recorded their battle victories in glorious drawings on paper, hide or cloth, known as ledger art. This art form – which warriors used to enhance their opportunities for rising within the ranks of their society – flourished in North America from the 1860’s to the early 20th century.

This book, a collaboration between Bonnie Kahn and Craig D. Bates, focuses on a particularly important ledger owned by Dr. and Mrs. Robert Pamplin Jr. and is considered one of the mostly scholarly texts in existence on Cheyenne/Arapaho ledger art.

Published in 1999 by Robert Pamplin Jr.

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“Keeping the Spirit Alive: American Indian Art from the Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Collection”

Keeping the Spirit Alive“Keeping the Spirit Alive,” a collaboration between Bonnie Kahn and Mary Schlick, commemorates an exhibit of more than 90 items from the Pamplin collection that Bonnie curated at the Oregon Historical Society in 2000.

This book documents Native American artistry over the past 200 years and reveals how past artists influenced and inspired the work being made by contemporary Native Americans.

Published in 2001 by the Oregon Historical Society Press.

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