Be the Hero: Three Powerful Ways to Overcome Challenges in Work and Life

Be The Hero

If you have ever wondered what it would take to be the hero in your company, look no further. Be the Hero: Three Powerful Ways to Overcome Challenges in Work and Life, by Noah Blumenthal, a coach and consultant, offers you the information you need to do just that. Using the advice in this book will have you on the path to improving communication and strengthening relationships, both of which will help you move that much closer to becoming the hero.

Every manager can become a hero. The tips in this book give you the inside scoop on what it takes to do that. The important areas that one needs to focus on are explained, including leading by example, sharing stories, rewarding heroes around you, and focusing on the team effort. The tips and guidance in this book can be applied to your life immediately, making it an essential read for anyone in a business leadership position.

This book is a short read, yet offers a great deal of powerful insight. Learning through stories that cover such things as the work/life challenge and beyond, you will come away with numerous effective leadership tools. Additional issues and advice covered include taking action, keeping a story journal, creating and using a mantra, and calling a time out. As the author states, “It’s important to recognize when you can no longer think clearly.”

The skills and tools you can develop from reading this book can be used in your practice and in leading any type of business. Being the hero, and rewarding the heroes around you, is attainable and a smart business move. You don’t need a cape to pull off the goals in this book, either. You just need an open mind that gets excited about improving leadership skills and taking your business to the next level.

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Worked at Burleson Orthodontics. Attended University of Missouri–Kansas City. Lives in Kansas City, Missouri.

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