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Dear reader,

In the third edition, I talked about how our workplace environment is always changing. It’s more diverse and global. Not surprisingly, our knowledge and organizational skills are developing and changing at the same time.

Change in our everyday lives brings new opportunities to dismantle archaic systems and reinvent and recharge ourselves and deal successfully with what this pandemic has handed us.  That is why this third edition focuses on how leaders and employees can work together harmoniously during crisis situations. The information includes lessons learned while working remotely during crisis, how to prevent mental and social roadblocks, and valuable information on leading teams during the COVID-19 pandemic. I hope this additional information adds value to your people, to you as a leader, and to your organization.

The Enemy in the Bush; Five Life Principles for Navigating the Landmines of Fear Personal Roadblocks and Perceived Mental Limitations:

New, coming in November 30, 2020

Inspiration is a natural element of life that is needed by every individual. It can be found in others as well as within ourselves. However, too frequently, because of our current obstacles and circumstances, we lose our sense of inspiration; we lose faith in our ability to create a better life for ourselves.

The Enemy in the Bush is a book that was written with the primary purpose of inspiring and challenging you to see beyond the current challenges and obstacles in your life. To realize and discover that you have the ability and the power to determine your destiny. You just have to learn how to tap into it. This book, then, can be viewed as a tool for learning how to develop the right mindset and attitude for accomplishing any goal you have in life.

The ultimate theme of this book is that you determine your destiny; you determine the direction and outcome of your life. This is true regardless of where you start out in life. It doesn’t matter if you grew up in poverty, came from a single parent home, just like I did, or you’re not the smartest or most talented person. You can overcome any and all obstacles to create the life you want.

New, coming in November 30, 2020