I am truly honored and humbled that Kellogg School of Management did some coverage of my book and a brief interview.
I have not sought out nor come across any empirical data set that proves this, nor do I plan to. However, I have spent a lot of time hearing the same story over and over again. Many people are not excited about the work they are doing everyday. The last Forbes survey stated that four out of five people were not happy with their jobs. Four out of Five – that is 80%, which puts the 20/80 rule (that 20% of your efforts get 80% of the work done) into an entirely different perspective. Just think about that when you’re heading out the door and on the crowded bumper-to-bumper highway on the way to work. As you sit there, looking at your phone (when you shouldn’t be), look at the cars sitting there around you and realize, for every five cars, four of those drivers are not happy about going to work.
All, below is a link to a summary that they have created. Great job at highlighting some key points and take-away items from the book.
All, below is a link to an article that Fast Company posted on the book today. I hope you enjoy it!
Tune in to WBNW AM 1120 in Concord and Boston and WESO AM 970 in Southbridgen on Tuesday, July 15th at 12PM CT. I will be discussing the book live with Stu Taylor on his show entitled the “Money Matters.”
Tune in to WYLD – 98.5 FM in New Orleans, LA on Sunday, July 13th at 8AM CT. I will be discussing the book live with Hal Clark on his show entitled the “Sunday Journal.”
Tune in to WKXL- 1450 AM /Concord NH on Thursday, July 3rd at 11AM ET. I will be discussing the book live with Bill Kearney on his show entitled “Financial Spectrum.”
Tune in to SiriusXM’s Urban View, Channel 110 on Tuesday, July 1st at 9AM. I will be discussing the book live with Maggie Linton on her show.
If you’re in the Raleigh, NC area during the morning of Tuesday, June 24th or want to listen online, I’ll be on the with Doug Kellett during the “Morning Drive” on WPTF- 850 AM.