Thursday, May 19, 2016

Book Nook: Invent Your Future - Starting with Your Calling

Paul David Walker is executive coach for Fortune 500 CEOs. He works by discovering the unique talents each leader possessive, and then helps them create goals that flow naturally from those talents. He shares those same insights in his new book, Invent Your Future, Starting with Your Calling, ehich I had a chance to review.

He has some great tips for each stage of life:
• Build Your Early Life Around Your Greatest Potential: When your entire life is ahead of you, the earlier you make the right choices to focus your youthful energy, the more rewarding, productive, and meaningful your life will become.• Mid-Life Acceleration - Continuously Invent an Expanding Future: Making the right moves with your experience and lessons during your peak earning years will leverage the trajectory of your life.• Enrich Your Life with Freedom and Renewed Purpose: Focusing your wisdom to enrich your full potential and experience to live with a powerful purpose is the secret to happiness and fulfillment.

The book contains lessons like this, and also ways to help you discover your calling (more than just a job), inspire others to follow you, build commitment among your followers.

I liked the focus on a calling. What we do in life is more than just a job, and finding our purpose helps us in every area of life.
A trusted business advisor, Paul David Walker is one of the early innovators of leadership consulting at the executive level. For over twenty-five years he has successfully guided the CEOs and senior executive teams of such Fortune 500 and midsized companies as New York Life, Mutual of Omaha, Chase GIS, Finance One, Pacific Mutual, Rockwell International, Conexant Systems, Harrods, Anne Klein, Union Pacific, Star-Kist Foods, The City of Long Beach, Culver Studios and many other thriving organizations.
The author of Unleashing Genius: Leading Yourself, Teams and Corporations, Paul also has a deeply spiritual side as evidenced by three poetry books published to date. Paul's poetry is both deeply personal and full of mystery ─ written to create a personal exploration of what is deep in our hearts, yet unknown, or may have been glimpsed and forgotten.
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