This is a revised edition of an earlier 2007 printing of THE LITTLE RED BOOK OF WISDOM, by Mark DeMoss. I would have to classify this book as “Christ-centered guidance for your business and professional life.” There’s not really a structure or “gameplan for life” with step by step instructions to follow. This is more of a book of life lessons being passed on by the author, he does so quite eloquently.

With 20 years of founding and leading The DeMoss Group, an Atlanta-based PR firm, coupled with a strong parental foundation and a history of mentorship, the author lays out principles he had followed that have greatly contributed to his success.

Each chapter is its own mini-lesson for success. The lessons cover a wide variety of topics such as getting out of your comfort zone, creating a winning corporate culture, and reading a chapter of the Book of Proverbs each day.

DeMoss uses his own business life and Christian upbringing for examples throughout the book. I know this brief description can’t possibly do this book justice. This is a very enjoyable and easy read that everyone would benefit highly from.


Monty Rainey is a District Manager working in the self storage industry since 1996 and currently overseeing 13 stores in the San Antonio, TX area. He is also a leadership coach and public speaker. For a free consultation, please contact Monty at 830-743-2139 or visit his website at .

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Public Speaker and District Manager. Mission: To empower and inspire others professionally, personally and spiritually to elevate their lives to a higher level.
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