Kevin Eikenberry can be available for interviews - his travel schedule may accommodate in-person opportunities.
I Wonder Where the Wonder Went
"I believe seeing the wonder in things around us is one of the ways we make our lives more meaningful and enjoyable…That key is to add more wonder to life by re-capturing past wonder, and finding new wonder in the things I do each day." Read this story
Have Yourself an Awful Little Christmas
"The words we use are powerful. They define our state of mind and our perspective. They help us explain the world around us." Read this story
"When we focus only on the exterior or superficial, we miss the depth of others. It is only in that depth that we will truly know them, and ultimately, appreciate them." Read this story
The Words Do Matter
"Words can make a big difference in the lives of others, and in our lives as well…The words do matter." Read this story
“There’s nothing mundane here! Kevin awakens the reader to the wondrous world around us. It’s a great antidote for the dull, lethargic, day-to-day routine. Allow Kevin to guide you to see what he has seen. You might find that life can be downright interesting, vibrant and productive once more.”
- Max Armstrong, Broadcaster, Chicago, IL
“Kevin Eikenberry’s gift for leadership manifests itself not only in his business career but also in his voluntary efforts on behalf of his alma mater, Purdue University. His essays reveal him as a keen observer and an intense participant in life. Like all strong leaders, he understands how to communicate his ideas passionately and vividly.”
- Martin C. Jischke, President, Purdue University
"Lifelong learning is for everyone. Kevin's lessons have two purposes. One -- for you to learn from his journey. Two -- to inspire you to reflect on, and learn from your own. Read this book for yourself, and create your own success."
- Jeffrey Gitomer, Author of The Little Red Book of Selling and The Sales Bible
"Reading Vantagepoints on Learning and Life is like sitting next to somebody who is genuinely, thoroughly kind. Someone patient enough to listen deeply to you and to himself. Someone honest. Someone fun. Someone you can be quiet with. Someone very much like a friend."
- Bernie DeKoven, USC School of Cinema & Television and Principal, Deep Fun
"I think of Kevin Eikenberry as the ANTI-David Copperfield (I know, I know, but hear me out). David Copperfield influences you to see things in such a way as to make the extraordinary disappear. Kevin, through his Vantagepoints, urges you to see ordinary things from an angle that exposes the extraordinary. These new perspectives on seemingly mundane experiences and events are like cerebral breaths of fresh air.
You will find yourself engaging in new and creative processes before you've even finished the book, and like me, you'll be anxious to apply these new perspectives into your career, your family and other personal and professional relationships. One warning, though...your copy of Vantagepoints on Learning and Life will quickly become dog-eared from constant revisiting and reference."
- Tracy Forner, Morning Anchor, WXIN Fox 59 Indianapolis