In Memory of Joe H. Harless

Joe H. Harless passed away last Thursday (October 4th 2012).

Newspaper Notice

http://www.times-herald.com/local/20121010joe-harless-MOS

Joe was willing to entertain and support my idea to capture younger and older NSPI/ISPI members in my HPT Practitioner Series (shorter videos) and HPT Legacy Series (longer videos) – videos – and he did the very first in 2008 – and again in 2009 where he did both the shorter version and the longer version.

And he agreed to let me capture his return to ISPI 15 years after retiring – in a special session – that he shared with Paul Elliott, Al Folsom and Carl Binder. He and I rode to the Conference hotel from the airport – and he even paid!

Joe agreed to let me Market his attendance at ISPI 2012 – here is one example of what I used in Blog Posts beginning last Fall.

Videos of Joe Harless

From 2012

From 2009

Also from 2009

From 2008

From 1993 – His NSPI Banquet Speech

Sorry about the poor audio and camera-work.

His Fiction Writing

His Non-Fiction Writing

Search for other books – using Joe H. Harless – for his many other publications. He published 22 non-fiction books.

From that Newspaper Notice

Among Joe Harless’s words of wisdom:

• “It takes marketing to cause the phone to ring.”

• “A business plan is vital to success – and melts the icy heart of a banker, somewhat.”

• “Analysis and design is worth a pound of brainstorming.”

• “Find your passion, get good at it, develop a business plan and know you’ll get rich slowly.”

• “Entrepreneurship is a case for the tortoise and not the hare.”

What Are Your Stories About Joe Harless?

Please share in the Comments below.

I will post more of mine at a future date.

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One comment on “In Memory of Joe H. Harless

  1. Pingback: 1st Friday Favorite Guru: Joe H. Harless | EPPIC – Pursuing Performance

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