Author Dan Nielsen presents history book at South Branch Library |

Author Dan Nielsen presents history book at South Branch Library

Author Dan Nielsen presents history book at South Branch Library

The South Branch Library in Breckenridge is hosting author and speaker Dan Nielsen on Aug. 13 at 5:30 p.m. Nielsen will present his inspirational tour through American history based on his book, “Presidential Leadership: Learning from United States Presidential Libraries & Museums.”

“I am very excited about this book, as it combines two of my passions — American history and leadership excellence,” Nielsen said in a statement. “I strongly believe that leadership is influence, and we all influence many people in our lives; therefore, we are all leaders.”

Using a selection of photographs from his personal collection, Nielsen will take the audience on a descriptive, visual journey across America. He will share his knowledge and passion for these unique institutions.

“Presidential Leadership: Learning from United States Presidential Libraries & Museums” features selected leadership strengths that helped each U.S. presidents reach and lead from the highest leadership position in America. Based on Nielsen’s experience, extensive study, and thousands of photographs of the presidential libraries and museums, the book also includes a descriptive tour of each institution and a selection of the photographs he took at each one.

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Nielsen’s book will be available for purchase at the event. For more information on Nielsen check out his website

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