About the Book
If we’re honest with ourselves, we all have something in our lives that we want to change. Unfortunately, very few embark on that transformational journey, and those who do struggle to “keep the change.” How do we make change stick? Bart Nollenberger’s relentless chase for attention and affection brought him to the dead-end of addiction. In Keep the Change, Nollenberger—a public speaker and leadership coach—compellingly shows how each of us can benefit from the steps of recovery. In transparently sharing his own story, Nollenberger bridges “the steps” with leadership principles that will guide readers inward into the realm of self-knowledge, then outward to impact the world. Readers will be inspired to lead lives that are anchored in continual transformation—to keep the change and never look back.
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"I have had the opportunity to work closely with Bart for a number of years now, and have seen first-hand the incredible effect of his message. You do not have to be an alcoholic or an addict to benefit from Bart’s journey! There is something in this book for everyone, because the principles it contains are transformational, universal and timeless."
- Roddy Galbraith -
speaker trainer and founder of SpeakerPro
"I believe [Bart] represents the second part of the serenity prayer, 'God grant me the courage to change the things I can.' He has truly embodied this phrase and consequently changed many lives, including mine. I treasure his friendship and the fact that I can talk to him with no fear of being judged. God has blessed me in many ways, and Bart's kinship is one of those blessings."
- Frank Marr -
Founder of Jake’s Reach
"I first met Bart through mutual friends and soon found out we were kindred spirits. I have been on Bart’s podcast Keep the Change twice talking about my journey of losing a son and writing a book for those who mourn. Bart’s book is a story of courage, one day at a time, and is a must read for all who are leaders in the home, workplace, or just in the struggles of life."
- Will Ramsey -
Author of A Father’s Journey Through Darkness and pastor at Hope Church
in San Antonio, Texas