Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Interview with Author Dr. Hubert D. Glover

Hubert D. Glover, Ph.D.
 Philadelphia, PA. 
Professor, Chair at Drexel University.

Good morning, Dr. Glover and welcome to Vision and Verse. We're thrilled to have such an esteemed professor from Drexel University with us this morning! It's been over a year since I requested this interview with you and your co-author John Curry, who will be with us on Thursday. Tell us a little about what you have written.
  • Primarily business articles with a recent focus on leadership.
  • Co-authored Giraffes of Technology…my first book with a sole focus on leadership
What is your favorite genre to write? 
Leadership and Mentoring.

Favorite food

Tea or coffee? 
The first 50 years tea and now espresso.

Pizza or ice cream? 
Ice cream.

Wine or beer? 
Port wine, tawny to be exact.

Where would you like to visit? 
Russia or India, the only major countries I have not been.

Do you listen to music when you write? 
From Bach to Brown.

What makes you laugh? 
Life’s daily journey.

Favorite work of art or sculpture. 
Van Gogh, especially his drafts.

How old were you when you started writing? 
Six years old.

Describe your perfect evening. 
Reading, listening to music or writing.

Where do you get your inspiration? 
Life’s daily journey and reading.

What do you do when you get a writer's block? 
Live and eventually something will occur to inspire and release.

Who is your favorite author? 
Walter Mosley

Who is the one person who has influenced your personal life the most and why? 
My best friend who is blind; he sees in a different way by listening and it has helped me see in the same manner which allows true connections.

If you could sit down and have a conversation with ONE person, living or dead, real or fictional, who would it be and why? 
Harriet Tubman—to understand the plight and the journey and how to face fear beyond any normal comprehension. 

What advice would you give someone who aspired to be a writer? 
Find a stage for your voice and listen to the world, then share.

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