A fascinating story about the power of networking, connection, and mentorship
Written as an engaging parable, Swim! How a Shark, a Suckerfish, and a Parasite Teach You Leadership, Mentoring, and Next Level Success brings to life real-world challenges (and their solutions) and presents them in simple, yet powerful terms. The book explores the vital importance of networking, explores the steps that lead to successful networking, and explains why we need it.
Swim! dives deep into the concepts of mentorship and the power of human connection. While too many business leaders spend their time obsessing about facts, figures, and the bottom line, it is more important for them to learn to manage relationships. Once attention shifts to relationships, businesses and careers can reach the next level of success. Written by a leading motivational speaker, this book offers ideas that can be applied to both personal and business life.
- Understand the importance of establishing habits and rituals
- Tap into the power of a positive mindset
- Discover the value of teamwork
- Learn to use intentional language about workplace culture
Swim! is an entertaining book that highlights the significant concept of connecting and building relationships and includes the tools needed to become more self-aware about our roles and contributions in our industries.
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About the Author
WALTER BOND is a renowned business coach, author, motivational speaker, and former NBA basketball player. His time in the NBA taught him the fundamentals every team needs to be successful, and today he shares his knowledge with global audiences to help entrepreneurs, business leaders, sales teams, and employees get to the next level. Walter has keynoted conferences in numerous countries for brands such as 3M, Hilton, and Allianz. www.walterbond.com
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The Reunion 1
Chapter 2 Shark Tales 29
Chapter 3 Going for a Ride 67
Chapter 4 Swim Lessons 95
Chapter 5 Flip Flop 127
The Sacred Six 157
About the Author 161