The Art of Significance - Dan Clark

The Art of Significance

By Dan Clark

  • Release Date: 2013-03-07
  • Genre: Management & Leadership
  • Size: 1.4 MB
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Description

What would you rather have-conventional success or a high level beyond success? Dan Clark, one of the world's leading inspirational speakers and leadership trainers, vehemently opposes the conventional wisdom about success. He believes it's tragic and superficial to build our careers and personal lives around getting more money, bigger houses, cooler toys, and fancier job titles. What's it all worth in the end? How many outwardly successful people still feel empty inside? Clark has spent decades traveling around the world, interviewing the famous and powerful; consulting with presidents and generals and sheikhs and corporate leaders; creating a multimillion-dollar business; and (before any of the above) overcoming a paralyzing injury

Reviews

  • LOVE THIS BOOK AND COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN!

    5
    By Mr. Mitt
    I picked up “The Art of Significance” on the release day. I immediately started to read all that Dan Clark has to offer in his book. His insight on how to change from a successful life to a significant life is a game changer. I appreciate the fact that the book is packed with so many inspirational phrases such as “Increasing our frequency of feedback allows us to change our behavior before it is too late!” Also Dan says “When we practice humility, integrity, self-discipline, and self-sacrifice, we follow regimens that generate order in our lives.” I also loved the story in the epilogue about Rose, the 87 year old lady who finally got her college degree. “The Art of Significance” lays the ground work on how I can become a significant person and employee. The book is a great read and flows very well. I am going to pick up more copies today and give it to each and every one of my employees.

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