author reveals creative, practical strategies in
Hitting the Curveballs: How
Crisis Can Strengthen and Grow Your Business
Memphis, TN (DATE 2013) Entrepreneur Jay
Myers, founder and CEO of Interactive Solutions Inc. (ISI) based in Memphis, TN,
announced the publication of his second book, Hitting the Curveballs: How
Crisis Can Strengthen and Grow Your Business. Published by Morgan James
Publishing, the book reveals how Myers led his company from $11- to $25-
million during the Great Recession.
Hitting the Curveballs is available for pre-order at bookstores
and as an e-book for most e-readers. It will be on bookstore shelves by January
Myers’ first book, Keep Swinging, was three times named to
INC. Magazine’s CEO READ Best Seller’s List and earned Myers the Ethan Award
for entrepreneurial authorship. In Keep
Swinging, Myers chronicled a devastating case of corporate embezzlement that
nearly took his company under, and revealed the gut-wrenching process of
rebuilding that set the stage for exponential growth at ISI.
In his new book, Hitting the Curveballs, Myers shares more in-depth, inspiring stories and practical tips based on doubling
ISI’s business during the recent recession. His uniquely personal insights
reveal creative, practical strategies to achieve business success in difficult
times. A natural storyteller and sought-after speaker, Myers’ message resonates
with entrepreneurs, CEOs and management level leaders, in addition to college
and economic development audiences focused on entrepreneurial development.
1996, ISI specializes in video conferencing, distance learning, telemedicine,
and audio-visual sales and support. Today, the $25-million company has 51
employees and offices in Memphis Nashville, Chattanooga and Knoxville, as well
as Birmingham, AL, Oxford, MS, and Little Rock, AR.
ISI has received
numerous awards, including being named seven times to INC. Magazine’s list of
the fastest growing private companies in the United States. ISI also was
recently featured in the Wall Street
Journal. In addition, ISI was named the Memphis
Business Journal Small Business of the Year in 2001, and in 2003 was the
first recipient of the Kemmons Wilson (founder of Holiday Inn) Emerging
more information, visit JayMyersCEO.com.