In June 2015, David founded David Brady Communications to focus on writing critically acclaimed nonfiction books and provide his skills as an award-winning university lecturer to companies and organizations that are looking to be inspired and entertained.
He is the author of Serenity: Aging With Dignity, Living With Grace, which was the 2015 winner of the Silver Award at People's Favorite Book Awards in the United States beating out notable New York Times Best Sellers.
Serenity: Aging With Dignity, Living With Grace is scheduled for release on December 13, 2016, with Post Hill Press of Nashville TN and distributed by Simon & Schuster.
David followed up Serenity: Aging With Dignity, Living With Grace with two more that will be released in 2017 through Post Hill Press, Survival: Transforming Childhood Trauma, 8 Steps To Reclaim Your Life and Success: Reflections On Money, Sex, and Power. Both Books are now available on Amazon.com.
Did you ever experience being slapped, hit, screamed at, threatened, told you were stupid, ugly, fat or sexually abused?
Have you ever wondered what it takes to be truly successful and has every area of your life work? And it doesn’t mean you don’t make mistakes, - just you learn to enjoy and accept yourself as you are?
Walk the road to a successful & satisfied life with Reflections On Money, Sex and Power.
What can you do if you find yourself in your mature years losing a partner, business, a friend, a child or facing financial difficulty, or worry about retirement or not being able to?
Overcome Adversity in Your Later Years with Aging With Dignity, Living With Grace.
David is a keynote speaker on overcoming adversity and finding peace and prosperity despite unexpected challenges and economic downturns. David offers keynote talks on all aspects of creativity and success in business, the arts, and academia.
David also enjoys teaching and motivational speaking. He was on the faculties of York University, Ryerson University, where he was the recipient of the CESAR teaching award and Capilano University in North Vancouver, British Columbia.