The Little Book of Do!: Act on Your Passions and Goals for a Life of Success and Purpose

The Little Book of Do!: Act on Your Passions and Goals for a Life of Success and Purpose

by Kel Landis, David Magee

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Overview

Author Kel Landis has spent 30 years in banking and private equity, and a lifetime as a community leader. An insightful observer of humanity, he’s learned why some people struggle to find success, purpose, and fulfillment, while others seem to have it all.

In The Little Book of Do, Kel reveals that it’s not the achievement of goals that makes life rich and fulfilling, but the journey in pursuit of those goals—it’s the doing part that counts. Moreover, it demonstrates that is the key driver of success in becoming an action-oriented contributor in your family, workplace, and community. Citing real people in real-life situations, he illustrates a central premise: by doing, we become.

Kel identifies the impediments to a life of doing and offers a practical methodology for deciding which pursuits should be delayed, which should be dismissed, and which should be pursued as if your life depends on it.

Filled with practical advice, The Little Book of Do can help you live a happier, healthier and more satisfying life. In the process, you’ll encourage and influence others to do the same.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151232760
Publisher: Somnium Factorem,LLC
Publication date: 08/08/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 820 KB

About the Author

Kel Landis is a partner at Plexus Capital, a North Carolina—based investment firm named the 2013 Small Business Investment Company of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration. He co-founded Plexus Capital after retiring as CEO of RBC Centura Bank. A graduate of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (BSBA and MBA), Kel has served his alma mater in numerous capacities as a UNC trustee, adjunct professor, chair of the UNC Board of Visitors, and board member of the UNC Foundation and Kenan-Flagler Business School.

He is a William C. Friday Fellow for Human Relations, a trustee of the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, and an NC Community Foundation board member. Kel is a former chair of the North Carolina Bankers Association, and a former Senior Advisor for Business and Economic Affairs for the Governor of North Carolina.

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