Combining the Golden Rule and The Law of Reciprocity, he helps businesses enhance employee engagement, productivity and satisfaction. His presentation, “RECIPROCITY WORKS!’‘ takes effective performance tools to the next level. He teaches key principles that help businesses promote balance, motivation and growth.
Mike’s background consists of searching for truth and discovering a spiritual reality. His most notable work and findings is a reflection of his journey as a former service member, writer, and philosopher. In his book, The Simple Little Rule: The Golden Rule Rediscovered, he introduces the power and passion of the wisdom of ancient philosophers and teachers. He provides readers the tools to make change with his five supporting principles: Wisdom, Justice, Moderation, Courage, and Discipline.
“Mike’s byline is ‘Reciprocity Works!’ and as my coach, mentor and friend in developing the audience appeal and content focus of my second book, he has delivered in spades! His educational approach tempered with patience, humor and encouragement makes working with him a real pleasure. Experiencing the results of his input and influence make the journey that much less difficult and the results that much more satisfying.”
Mike… “has mapped out where The Rule has appeared throughout most human systems of community, religions, and foundations of law throughout history. It is also infectious. When we live a life of caring for others as we would like to be cared for, life is better for everyone.”
Ellerkamp…”hopes that the readers will experience happiness, fulfillment and prosperity and create a healthier environment for themselves and a better future for their children.”
“Delivery is sincere and accessible, and the book may well serve as a useful reminder to many of the continued relevance of this ‘simple little rule.”
“Ellerkamp “discusses how people can benefit by rediscovering the golden rule, or ‘law of reciprocity’, in today’s world.”
” The Simple Little Rule delves beyond behavior modification to a deeper view of practical morality.”