Posted on Feb 17, 2019
Corrine Gregory and Wallis Zbitnew, two North American Rotarians have both written books on Rotary’s take on the golden rule. While the authors bring a different approach to the task of reflecting on how the “Test” can be used in life and work, they have the same goal to use it as a means to develop a more ethical and civilised society. 
Zbitnew a Canadian from District 5550’s, Regina South Club creates a fictional story while Gregory, an American from Port Ludlow Washington and a member of District 5020’s Vocational Services Committee builds her reflection as a self-help book.
Both are available through Amazon at reduced rates for Kindle versions.

Character Counts: Bringing the Rotary Four-Way Test to Life Kindle Edition

Kindle $7.54; Paperback $16.95 
About the author
Corinne Gregory is an award-winning educator, author, speaker, advisor, and spokesperson on education, business and family-development topics. She’s also the President and Founder of SocialSmarts™, a nationally-recognized program for developing strong social skills, positive character and values in children and adults. She is frequently called upon as an expert on social skills, character and ethics when daily events warrant. Her media appearances include The Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, TIME Magazine, USA Today, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Parents Magazine, Rotarian Magazine and many more.



Mr Apple Discovers The Four-Way Test

Kindle $0.93

About the Author

Wallis Zbitnew is an author, speaker, seminar facilitator and business development expert. For 18 years, she coordinated the Government of Canada’s funded employment enhancement programs assisting more than 1,000 people to re-enter the workforce. For another 10 years, Wallis facilitated Business Development Bank of Canada’s seminars assisting small businesses in areas of customer service and business management. Prior to that, Wallis taught elementary school children in England and Ottawa. As a journalist, Wallis has hosted and produced talk shows for eight years on many TV stations across Canada. Wallis was selected by UNICEF Canada on a 13-person team visiting Street Children Projects in Columbia and Brazil for five weeks. On her return to Canada, she travelled to approximately 7,000 school children, sharing information and raising awareness about the plight of street children.
Her credentials include a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Communication, a Master’s degree in Education, as well as a Certified Self-Talk Trainer accreditation from the Institute of Self-Talk, Arizona. She is a past member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers. An active member of Rotary International since 1997; she is Past President of the Rotary Club. To date, she has attended eight Rotary International conventions worldwide. Wallis has travelled extensively to more than fifty countries.