Bill Higgs (Author)
DescriptionNothing seems to change in Eden Hill, Kentucky, and that's just fine with Virgil T. Osgood. He's been content to raise his family and run the only service station in town. But when a new station is set to open right across the road from Virgil's pumps, he suddenly faces obstacles in his career, his marriage, and his self-worth that he's never even dreamed of.
Cornelius Alexander wants his new Zipco station to succeed and help establish a strong foundation for his growing family. As long as he follows the Zipco guide, he's sure to be a success--and prove his father wrong.
Reverend Caudill wants to be a conduit for grace in his town, but that grace is challenged by the changes sweeping through in the early 1960s. For the sake of this small town, Virgil and Cornelius must learn to get along, but how do you love your neighbor when his very presence threatens to upend everything you hold dear?
Tyndale House Publishers
July 01, 2016
5.4 X 1.1 X 8.2 inches | 0.65 pounds
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About the Author
Bill Higgs co-founded Mustang to design and build industrial facilities. His firm was a multi-year "Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Company" and the top-rated technology and engineering firm in North America. Bill attributes their sustained growth over 30 years to their culture. By 2008, Mustang exceeded 6,500 employees. Second generation leadership continued to cultivate the winning culture and grew annual revenues past $2 Billion. The founders were recognized as the "Kings of Culture" worldwide and were crowned with the Lifetime Achievement Award for "Visionary Leadership in the Process Industry." He is a West Point distinguished graduate (top 5% of his class) and an Honor graduate of the US Army Ranger School. Bill leads by example. He takes care of people in the same vein as the Ranger Creed of "no man left behind." His military efficiency and effectiveness led Mustang to many victories through the teamwork required in building a "people focused and project driven" winning culture. He retired in 2008, and received the Distinguished Eagle Award from the Boy Scouts of America for exemplary service. Bill now helps others to build their businesses through Culture Code Champions.