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Tom Collins Book Signing | March 11, 2014 5:30pm

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Book Signing And Discussion To Be Held By Critically Acclaimed Author Tom Collins

The Language Of ExcellenceRenowned business veteran, entrepreneur, and innovator, Tom Collins, will be having a signing for the release of his fifth book The Language of Excellence, Tuesday, March 11th at Landmark Booksellers in Franklin, TN. Afterwards, he will also hold a conversations and caviar covering topics such as: two things required for a successful happy life, achieving success through change, dealing with change, creative strategies for growth, and surviving creative destruction.

“Tom was a frequent speaker at our conference series for law firm managing partners…a tough group. He often spoke about strategies to improve financial performance and the results of an annual economic survey we produced together. He’s a great speaker and he really knows his stuff. In fact, he consistently achieved very high marks from conference attendees.” -John Remsen, Jr. TheRemsenGroup

The Language of Excellence succinctly packages detailed management concepts and associates each package with an image. Collin’s book will educate readers to recollect complex management theories and concepts at the sign of those images, so as to eliminate time spent on extensive research to recall those management practices. Collins considers it as a kind of “Cliff Notes” to jump start business success.

With numerous accreditations, including the “Lifetime Achievement Award” from Law Technology News, Tom Collins is an information technology entrepreneur. Collins began his career as a CPA with Price Waterhouse in the mid-1960’s, after earning his Master’s Degree from the University of Alabama, Collins pursued the emerging technology industry. He founded and was the President of Juris, Inc., a leading provider of financial and business information systems for law firms. In 2007, Juris, Inc. was acquired by LexisNexis and Collins retired to his home in Franklin, TN. Since retirement, this Tennessee native found a second career as an author of mystery novels. Since 2008, Collins has written and published four stand alone novels in the Mark Rollins series of adventure mysteries, most recently releasing The Claret Murders.