David W. Earle Biography


Type: Author, teacher, trainer, mental health counselor

Born: 0


Earle earned a Master’s of Science from Texas A&M and has held executive management positions in various fields including industrial construction, private investment banking, and corporate troubleshooting. He is now the president of the Earle Company, an organization dedicated to change.

He has co-authored two books on leadership: Leadership - Helping Others Succeed and Extreme Leadership. His latest book is What To Do While You Count To 10. This book is about the management of strong emotions, a critical skill for all leaders as well as successful living. For two years, he had a column in business and industry magazine called Supervisory Skills and is a regular contributor to Alliance Magazine on leadership topics. In the next few months, his trilogy of the Live Poets Society will be published in three different books: "Professor of Pain", "Iron Mask", and "Red Roses ‘n Pinstripes".

His trademarked motto is My Life Will Change When I Change. He lives in Baton Rouge with his wife, Penny, and their dog, Fletcher, and cat, Hobbes.

Selected works:

  • Professor of Pain
  • Iron Mask
  • Red Roses ‘n Pinstripes
  • Love is Not Enough

David W. Earle Quotes

Reality may not be what you want it to be, but it is the reality you now must face. You can deny this reality and try to wish it away, or you can accept it and not waste any energy on wanting it to be different.

When one person attempts to “fix it” for the other person, the connection of acceptance is snapped and the sender and receiver miss an opportunity for understanding.

In order for a person to be able to “turn our lives and our wills” over requires something very difficult for a spiritually wounded person to accomplish - Trust. Yet, to accomplish this step, trust of the spirit must be present.

For many years, I searched for this connection outside of myself but always to no avail. It was only when I turned inward did I find this power.

I, like you, was not depraved or defected before birth but created to be magnificent, a wonderful and freeing realization - simple but explosive.

When this low self-worth is hidden, one can understand why the person becomes hypersensitive to the opinions of others and has a great deal of difficulty accepting criticism no matter how warranted or gently said.

Share Page

David W. Earle Wiki

David W. Earle At Amazon