Below is Whisper #2 from my latest book, 48 WHISPERS, which is a collection of photographs and personal meditations created across a decade of travel to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and the surrounding northern plains.  I remember pacing the quiet halls of Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport on an early Sunday morning as I waited for…

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In this podcast, Kevin Hancock speaks with Path11 Podcast host April Hannah about his newest book 48 Whispers and his journeys to Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. They discuss the loss of Kevin’s voice and how it led him on a quest to find his center, regain his voice, and help strengthen the…

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In this podcast, Kevin Hancock speaks to Lucid Cafe host Wendy Halley about his books, Not For Sale, The Seventh Power, and 48 Whispers. They speak about the challenges that losing Kevin’s voice presented and how he was able to overcome and feel that his new condition was a gift. Kevin shares about his journey to Pine Ridge…

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In this article, the Center of All That Is whisper is a featured excerpt on the Braided Way blog. This whisper, originally written in Kevin Hancock’s 48 Whispers, delves into the concept of center. Kevin writes in a quote from Black Elk, who understood that center is within ourselves, and that this is the path to…

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In this podcast, host Joseph OBell talks to Kevin Hancock about his newest book, 48 Whispers. To begin, they talk about why Kevin journeyed to Pine Ridge and the experiences he had while there. He then speaks about how his time with the Sioux tribe at Pine Ridge led to writing his books and what he…

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In this interview, Kevin Hancock speaks with Deborah Kalb about his book 48 Whispers. She asks questions to learn more about what inspired Kevin to write this book, what keeps drawing him back to Pine Ridge, and the messages for readers in the book. Kevin finishes by explaining “I have come to dedicate my work to…

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In this interview, Kevin Hancock speaks about how he found the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and how the moments he spent there helped him and inspired him to write 48 Whispers. He shares that the thoughts and pictures that he takes while there have helped him find inner peace, a way of leading without overusing…

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In a book review done by the SA Examiner, Kevin Hancock’s newest book, 48 Whispers, is given an examination through the eyes of blogger Sandra Cruz. She gives examples of her favorite whispers, and writes that “inspirational books do not have to be encyclopedia sized or full of complicated psychological or religious subject matter to…

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In this interview, Kevin Hancock speaks with PatZi Gil, host of the Joy on Paper Show, about his newest book, 48 Whispers. Kevin and PatZi speak about his trips to South Dakota, the inspiration behind the book, the Lakota tribe he befriended, and the nature he experienced. They speak about the Seventh Power, both the…

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In this blog article, 48 Whispers appears in Helen Dumont’s bookshelf to be reviewed. She writes a synopsis of the book for her readers, describing why Kevin Hancock journeyed to Pine Ridge over 20 times. Helen writes in her review that “[48 Whispers] is especially and unreservedly recommended for personal, professional, community, college, and university library…

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In this article, Stacie Gorkow, owner of the blog Sincerely Stacie, highlights 48 Whispers is on her “Books That Came My Way in August 2021” post. She gives a small preview of the book and what it’s about in her post. She writes reviews on recently read books and makes recommendations. Click here to see…

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In this article, Kevin Hancock’s newest book, 48 Whispers, is highlighted as a book in the “To Be Read” stack. In this small overview of the book, it highlights Kevin’s personal journey of healing and how he found the Lakota tribe at Pine Ridge. It also brings his shared leadership philosophy forward and the influence…

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In this radio podcast, Kevin Hancock speaks with The Breakfast Club host Mark about his career, his newest book, 48 Whispers, and his mission to empower and strengthen the voices of those around him. During Kevin’s life journey, he has adapted Hancock Lumber to create balance for the employees and ensure that their voices are heard…

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2021 IDEA-SHARING ADVENTURE SERIES BY KEVIN HANCOCK “Bureaucracy and social harmony are inversely proportionate to each other.” —Leon Trotsky What are the origins of bureaucracy? How did “power” historically become centralized in command-and-control hierarchies? How did certain groups come to exert a defining influence over others? The answer, at its most fundamental level, is through…

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Hello! In the spring of this year I am publishing my next book! 48 WHISPERS from Pine Ridge and the Northern Plains is a hybrid of sorts. First, it’s a photography book featuring full-page photos that I have taken at Pine Ridge, the Black Hills, and across the plains. Second, it’s a personal and organizational…

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