About John


John has been a professional writer for more than 25 years and a prose writer since childhood. Through fiction such as The Book Club Widowers and Narcissus Blinked (Three Novellas), John explores the perspectives, strengths, and flaws of people seeking purpose in a volatile world. Through non-fiction such as The 4 Spheres of Intentional Living and his blogs and resources, he strives to help people grow in physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual engagement. John spent several years as a full-time journalist and has published more than 1,000 articles in various print and online publications.

 

In addition to his literary work, John is a certified executive and life coach who incorporates mindfulness practices, open to thought partnership with any individual or organization that seeks to evolve. He has a particular focus on Millennials and empowering people of color, women, and those who identify with the LGBTQ community. John has an extensive coaching and consulting background in the human resources functions of the wireless and health care industries.

You can follow John’s writing and coaching adventures, and interact with him, on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Goodreads, Amazon, and LinkedIn.

John lives with his family in Nashville, Tennessee.

My latest posts

  • The Ticking Time Bomb of the Tick - Here’s how the ticking time bomb of the tick is happening in real time, followed by the low-hanging fruit of a few habit changes that can make a collective difference. Millions of us are eating traditional hamburgers, which come from beef. Beef comes from cattle....
  • Input Overload - One of my top strengths is also one of my core weaknesses. I’ll elaborate in a moment, but consider whether this statement is generally true for you as well, whatever your strengths happen to be. The personal strength I’m referring to is labeled as “Input”...
  • john-demarco-tipcs-for-self-publishers Our Journey Toward Career Happiness - I help creative professionals seeking career happiness amid technological disruption. I’m one of those professionals, so we’re on this journey together. And it’s a collaborative journey aided by the cultivation of an elusive superpower: clarity. My work is a confluence of writing, coaching, and consulting,...
  • don't grovel, don't give up your dignity Clarity and Making Things Better - Don Henley, in his 1989 song, “The Heart of the Matter,” offers, “The more I know, the less I understand.” Complementary, Yuval Noah Harari, in his 2018 book 21 Lessons for the 21st Century, asserts that what we need the most right now is not...
  • Learning the Enneagram - During the past few months I’ve devoured several books on the Enneagram, an ancient spiritual road map that helps a person grow lighter and gain clarity once they’ve owned their lingering darkness and confusion. As I’ve read, I’ve captured dozens of pages of insights in...