What Highly Effective People Don't Tell You: A Quest for Success & Growth

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This strikingly-rendered graphic novel is both a landmark contribution to business management literature as well as a riveting story of transformation in the face of a personal crisis. A must-read for established modern business leaders, up-and-coming entrepreneurs, and anyone struggling to balance work and life, ambition and love. 

John Myers has fought his way nearly to the top of the corporate ladder. He's got it all—the doting wife, the supercar, the mansion, and now his first son on the way. Most importantly to John, he's on the verge of becoming CEO at the one of the most renowned IT companies in the world. Can he truly achieve all his goals through sheer determination and grit? Who will have to suffer for him to succeed?

When both his company and his family face sudden crises, John will have to account for more than the bottom line. The fearlessly independent man who thought he knew how to succeed in any situation finds himself for the first time at a loss for answers. He'll have to face his deepest fears and transform his perspective in order to overcome these staggering challenges. His dark, terrifying journey will force him to look in the mirror and make hard choices. 

This book's peek into the mind of a business leader combines the genres of psychology, fiction, business/leadership literature, and graphic novel to offer a stunning insight that no business professional should miss. 

Madhu Einsiedler has been training and coaching teams and individuals for more than twenty years. Each individual must undergo a unique process to develop, to transform, to grow. This story touches the fundamental pillars of any successful business and personal growth. Together with John Myers you'll discover what these pillars mean for you and your path to growth. This book will not leave you untouched; it will spark and further your growth. 

Here, you'll discover 

- a fresh and revealing perspective on how we can face our fears instead of hiding from them, 

- how we limit our own potential by clinging to unexamined assumptions, 

- how we can create a mind-set of growth, 

- how we can seek help without sacrificing independence, and 

- how we can trust life's challenges to nudge us toward growth in the face of our own resistance.

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About the author

 Madhu Einsiedler, Author, Business and Personal Coach

Madhu works internationally and cross-industry with corporations, executives, teams, and individuals to foster their personal and business growth. She has 20+ years of experience as a leadership coach and consultant for organizational and personal change. 

She holds a master's degree in organizational theory, marketing and psychology from Johannes-Kepler University, Austria, and she earned an MBA in international business at Texas A&M University in the United States and Koriyama, Japan.

She is educated in a broad variety of psychological and therapy-related methods from Gestalt to trauma to imagination-and-trance techniques. She developed her script writing skills mainly at UCLA Extension, Los Angeles, USA. She has been a guest lecturer on leadership at several universities in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. She works in English and German. 

Find out more on growth and her work: www.madhueinsiedler.com or contact her directly: madhu@einsiedler.at


Gerald Hartwig, Illustrator

After graduation, Gerald Hartwig moved to L.A. to study film. He lived in the U.S. for ten years and was fortunate enough to collect a myriad of valuable experiences that sparked his growth. His art was exhibited in L.A., Berlin, Dresden, Mexico, Trinidad, and Austria. He then moved to Berlin to explore this city as well. After five years of living and working there, he moved back to his home town of Graz in 2013, where he lives now with his wife and three children.

In 2013 Luftschaft Verlag published his first graphic novel, Chamäleon. He founded “Edition Brudertwist” in a partnership with his brother. Georg. Their family-run book publishing company produces humorous books once or twice a year. Together with Madhu Einsiedler, he has collaborated on this graphic novel and the “Growth Is” cartoons. 

Find out more about his work: www.zeichenstrich.de or contact him directly: info@zeichenstrich.de

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Publisher
truthful book publishing
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203
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ISBN
9783200053700
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Leadership
Self-Help / Motivational & Inspirational
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