- Moving From Success to Significance
- Beyond Age Fifty: You Should Be In Control
- Stress Is Not Just a Six-Letter Word
- Depression From a Layman’s View
- What Do You Want to Be Remembered For?
- Helpful ways to work through life’s passages so we come out stronger, wiser, and more compassionate on the other side
- Challenges faced by women who are in business leadership roles.
Granville Knight, Jr., holds a BA degree in business administration. One of twenty-four men selected nationwide, he served as an officer in the Counter Intelligence Corps. He was presented the Benjamin N. Woody Woodson Award which is given in recognition of meritorious service to the insurance industry and the community.
Granville has served on the boards of numerous civic organizations, as an advisory director for two major banks, and has been a guest lecturer for the University’s School of Business. Several years ago, he began an in-depth study of problems men face in adjusting to changes in their lives not only on his own personal experiences, but includes information he gathered from interviews and conversations with men who have faced the challenges of stress, confusion, self-doubt, and depression.
Granville as a motivational speaker in his distinct southern drawl and memorable witticisms have made him a popular radio talk show guest.
I have seen where these men have been and witnessed how they all survived. They are special to me because without their love, counsel, and inspiration, my kite would never have had the wind to fly higher. Trying to lift myself to their standards put excitement in my life and gave me the desire to help others. We all need to keep moving, grow stronger, and continually learn from others. Every mountain can be climbed, but only if we use the very best resources—our friends and family
Books by Granville C. Knight, Jr.