The Way Of The Quiet Warrior: 90 Days To The Life You Desire by Tom DuttaThe Way Of The Quiet Warrior: 90 Days To The Life You Desire by Tom Dutta

The Way Of The Quiet Warrior: 90 Days To The Life You Desire

byTom Dutta

Paperback | July 4, 2017

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The Way of the Quiet Warrior'¢: 90-Days to the Life You Desireis a unique hybrid of guide and fable. Mingling clear, non-fiction explanations of Tom Dutta's revolutionaryWay of the Quiet Warriorformula for success with fictional tales designed to illustrate those concepts, this book is designed to be highly readable and engaging. With more than three decades of experience in the corporate world, Tom Dutta is perfectly positioned to identify and address the unmet needs and unresolved issues of CEOs, leaders and executives the world over.
Tom is a senior business leader, speaker and published author with more than 30 years experience helping build and grow companies in Canada and the USA. Tom brings leadership experience from the Financial Services, IT, TELCO, Not-For-Profit, and Health sectors. His career includes senior roles in many of Canada's prestigious companies ...
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Title:The Way Of The Quiet Warrior: 90 Days To The Life You DesireFormat:PaperbackDimensions:194 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:July 4, 2017Publisher:Morgan James PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1683502655

ISBN - 13:9781683502654

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from A hidden gem! When I first saw this book my knee-jerk reaction was, "Oh great, another self-help book." I'm sure there was an eyeball-roll too. Luckily I was curious enough to pick it up and start to peruse. Yes there is a lot of advice and self-evaluating, but most of it comes from established research (like Dr. Hartman's personality colours - I think I'm a White), which gives this book a legitimacy that I find lacks in a lot of motivational books of this type. When I read something I want to know the author isn't just making this stuff up as they go, that there is a foundation of their thoughts and ideas. Tom Dutta's work on this book is exemplary. He does not introduce an idea without backing it up with either personal experience or science. My favourite part was how in each of the six sections there were what I can only call short stories, though they have the feel of fables. As each section deals with a different aspect of life, different difficulties that need to be overcome (whether you have an abusive father or a family member that is sick), there is a story accompanying each section, which shows the characters working through these emotions. It's very effective to read about a philosophy or a mind-set and then see it play out in a narrative. This book kept me engaged, taught me a lot of interesting fact about psychology, and best of all made me feel better as I drifted off to sleep after reading it.
Date published: 2018-01-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A hidden gem! When I first saw this book my knee-jerk reaction was, "Oh great, another self-help book." I'm sure there was an eyeball-roll too. Luckily I was curious enough to pick it up and start to peruse. Yes there is a lot of advice and self-evaluating, but most of it comes from established research (like Dr. Hartman's personality colours - I think I'm a White), which gives this book a legitimacy that I find lacks in a lot of motivational books of this type. When I read something I want to know the author isn't just making this stuff up as they go, that there is a foundation of their thoughts and ideas. Tom Dutta's work on this book is exemplary. He does not introduce an idea without backing it up with either personal experience or science. My favourite part was how in each of the six sections there were what I can only call short stories, though they have the feel of fables. As each section deals with a different aspect of life, different difficulties that need to be overcome (whether you have an abusive father or a family member that is sick), there is a story accompanying each section, which shows the characters working through these emotions. It's very effective to read about a philosophy or a mind-set and then see it play out in a narrative. This book kept me engaged, taught me a lot of interesting fact about psychology, and best of all made me feel better as I drifted off to sleep after reading it.
Date published: 2018-01-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from An unexpected gem! When I first saw this book my knee-jerk reaction was, "Oh great, another self-help book." I'm sure there was an eyeball-roll too. Luckily I was curious enough to pick it up and start to peruse. Yes there is a lot of advice and self-evaluating, but most of it comes from established research (like Dr. Hartman's personality colours - I think I'm a White), which gives this book a legitimacy that I find lacks in a lot of motivational books of this type. When I read something I want to know the author isn't just making this stuff up as they go, that there is a foundation of their thoughts and ideas. Tom Dutta's work on this book is exemplary. He does not introduce an idea without backing it up with either personal experience or science. My favourite part was how in each of the six sections there were what I can only call short stories, though they have the feel of fables. As each section deals with a different aspect of life, different difficulties that need to be overcome (whether you have an abusive father or a family member that is sick), there is a story accompanying each section, which shows the characters working through these emotions. It's very effective to read about a philosophy or a mind-set and then see it play out in a narrative. This book kept me engaged, taught me a lot of interesting fact about psychology, and best of all made me feel better as I drifted off to sleep after reading it.
Date published: 2018-01-30