Feeling The Love

Feeling the Love

As we celebrate Valentine’s Day this week, I want to take an opportunity to say thank you for all the love
you’ve shown me! My book, Lifecircle Leadership, has been getting great feedback, this blog continues
to grow – and (drumroll…) I’m working on writing a second book. None of this would be possible
without you!
I have enjoyed speaking with many of you about the themes in the first book – specifically my
philosophy of pragmatic altruism. It’s clear I’ve made many of you curious, and have you thinking about
how you might be able to use this philosophy of doing good in your own business.
While I would love to dedicate time to talk to every one of you about your specific situations and give
my advice on what pragmatic altruism might look like in your life, unfortunately, there isn’t enough
time. But that doesn’t mean I’m going to leave you hanging – instead, these conversations sparked the
vision for my second book – given the tentative title Lessons in Lifecircle Leadership. The purpose of this
book is to share specifics regarding the practical application of pragmatic altruism – every chapter will
end with tips and questions to get you thinking about the application to your specific business – just as if
we were sitting down together over a cup of coffee.
I’m so thankful to have such a wonderful group of individuals following my work. I want to do all I can to
mentor you in pragmatic altruism. Imagine if we all took action in the name of doing good – not only
would you make an impact in your community, but together, we’d make a difference in the world.
However, this isn’t all about the knowledge I’ve gathered and can share with you – I want it to be a
conversation. So, do me a favor – take a moment and let me know:
– What did you like most about the first book?
– What would you like to see included in my second book?
In the meantime, don’t forget the Lifecircle Leadership Discussion Guide is available for you to download
– and keep visiting the blog for updates on my next book!