An inspiring fable that delivers real-life power, purpose, and inspiration-wisdom that could otherwise take years to find
From one of the most creative executives today comes an entertaining, powerful, and instructive business and life fable that provides clarity to today's most troubling questions: How can I manage or lead myself first and then others through increasing complexity? How do I find order in the chaos? How do I move from feeling isolated to becoming a part of a larger community? How do I find balance in my work and home life? Jones weaves a compelling tale of Scott, a manager struggling with the increasing chaotic demands of his work and life. Scott has lost a sense of passion, purpose, and meaning and has settled into a pattern of endless deadlines, late nights, to-do lists, and pressure. Using this creative backdrop, Jones provides profound guidelines for creating productive work relationships and teams and for discovering what is real in your life.
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About the Author
Don Jones (Toronto, Ontario) Don Jones is the founder of exper!ence it inc. (www.experienceitonline.com) and is an internationally respected thought leader, speaker, entrepreneur, and author. His insights, ideas, and powerful interactive learning designs have helped hundreds of companies and over 100,000 employees globally to align around, and connect to, simple truths and clear ideas they can use to move themselves, their teams, and their companies forward.
Don Jones lives and works in the Toronto community known as the Beach, the setting for Walk Softly. He is the father of Becky and Emma, and is married to Margot Clayton Jones. He loves to hide treasure down at the beach and have his young daughters accidentally find the pirate's treasure map, to travel, and explore landscapes and ideas, to collaborate with a great team, to read, write, and create. He would work at two things in the world for free: design inspiring, hopeful learning environments; and write stories that move people. He is fortunate to be making a living at both.