Quit Drifting, Lift the Fog, and Get Lucky: How to Become the Person You Want to Be

Quit Drifting, Lift the Fog, and Get Lucky: How to Become the Person You Want to Be

by David Cottrell

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Overview

From the bestselling author of Monday Morning Leadership, this "little book full of big learnings" provides wisdom and a practical framework to help you become your very best.

Imagine how it would feel to greet each day enthusiastic about your work and your life, with renewed energy and optimism, at peace with yourself and those around you. What would it take to get there, rather than just "getting by"?

In How to Quit Drifting, Lift the Fog, and Get Lucky, leadership authority David Cottrell tells the story of Jack Davis, a hard worker who had thrived early in his career, but finds himself unmotivated, dissatisfied, and unfulfilled. He wants more for himself and his family—but he doesn't know how to get it. Through Jack's meetings with two successful mentors, Cottrell illustrates unique perspectives on achieving success and happiness that anyone can use to improve morale, productivity, and satisfaction at work and in life. 

This simple yet profound novelette, written to be read in one sitting, provides practical tools and inspiration to help you on your own path to success. Enjoy the journey!


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781953295033
Publisher: BenBella Books, Inc.
Publication date: 06/29/2021
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 718,265
Product dimensions: 4.90(w) x 7.10(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

David Cottrell is president and CEO of CornerStone Leadership. He is a premier authority on leadership and has worked with many of today's most successful organizations, mentoring leaders to peak performance. Before founding CornerStone, David held leadership positions with Xerox and FedEx and led the successful turnaround of a Chapter 11 company. He has shared his leadership philosophy and lessons with more than 400,000 leaders worldwide. 

David has authored more than 25 books, including the perennial bestseller Monday Morning Leadership and his autobiography, Grace Upon Grace. His books
are available in over a dozen languages and have sold over two million copies worldwide.

Table of Contents

Contents
Introduction
Meet Jack Davis
Jack’s Lessons
1. Blast Past Tough
2. Quit Drifting
3. Hug Change
4. Be Great in Small Things
5. Lift the Fog
6. Salute the Truth
7. Ask Why
8. Get Lucky
9. Escape from Someday Isle
From Jack Davis to You
From the Author
Acknowledgments
A Collection of Quotations from Quit Drifting, Lift the Fog, and Get Lucky
The Next Step—Implement Quit Drifting, Lift the Fog, and Get Lucky into Your Organization
About the Author 

What People are Saying About This

From the Publisher

“A wonderful fable that teaches how to achieve success and how to share your wisdom with others. Implementing the lessons taught in Quit Drifting, Lift the Fog, and Get Lucky will help you become the person you want to be.”
—Marshall Goldsmith, New York Times bestselling author of What Got You Here Won’t Get You There
 
“In Quit Drifting, Lift the Fog, and Get Lucky David Cottrell proves something I’ve been saying for years: Most successful people would not be where they are without the help of trusted advisors and mentors along the way. This little book is full of big learnings.” 
—Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The New One Minute Manager®
 
“This is an incredible book! The lessons are simple, profound, and doable. Implement them and you can begin achieving the success you desire.” 
—Lorraine Grubbs, former director of employment for Southwest Airlines
 
“Quit Drifting, Lift the Fog, and Get Lucky is a precious gift. This book provides you with the tools and inspiration to become your very best. I encourage you to make the choice to be someone who permits others the opportunity to help you achieve success. Read this book and make that choice!”
—Larry Shaffer, senior vice president of marketing for Insperity
 
“Quit Drifting, Lift the Fog, and Get Lucky provides a fascinating perspective on how to achieve your very best, and how you can inspire others to do so as well.”
—Melissa Reiff, CEO of The Container Store
 
“This book is loaded with great ideas to help you set your goals, overcome your obstacles and fulfill your purpose.”
—Brian Tracy, author of Maximum Achievement
 
“Everyone wants the secret sauce—that one thing to help us gain faster traction toward our aspirations. Quit Drifting, Lift the Fog, and Get Lucky makes it clear there are many paths to follow, many ideas to consider and many people to help you along the way. I have this book handy for reflection and inspiration.”
—Valerie Sokolosky, Fox News Contributor and author of Doing it Right
 
“An inspiring and engaging fable about one person’s journey toward success.” 
—Vince Poscente, New York Times bestselling author and Olympian
 
“Having a coach elevates your performance. In this engaging fable, Jack Davis is your personal coach. He generously shares practical wisdom and encouragement to help you realize your dreams.”
—Lee J. Colan, PhD, author of The Power of Positive Coaching
 
"Jack Davis is probably a lot like you. Everything is fine, but something feels off. Through an engaging, enlightening, and gripping tale, Quit Drifting, Lift the Fog, and Get Lucky presents relatable and altruistic wisdom that can be easily absorbed and implemented. Enjoy this wonderful story that can steer you in a more fulfilling direction!”
—Jordan Gross, author of What Happens in Tomorrow World?
 
“Do not read this book. Soak it in! Pour it into every area of your life and apply the lessons. This book will move you from where you are to the person you were designed to be. Get ready to Quit Drifting Lift the Fog, and Get Lucky.”
—Kevin Brown, author of The Hero Effect
              
“This book is chock full of lessons to help you become the person you want to be. The lessons taught in Quit Drifting, Lift the Fog, and Get Lucky are a great personal investment. It has maximum impact when shared with employees and families!”
—Al Clark, top State Farm insurance agent 19 years in a row

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