Book ‘How to Begin’ by Michael Bungay Stanier

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Start Doing Something That Matters
“Piercingly frank, funny, gorgeous, vulnerable, and ultimately really damn helpful.” — Julie Lythcott-Haims. How to Begin is for you if… You’re ambitious, but feel you’ve never been given full permission to find and strive for what’s possible for you. You’ve achieved things in your career, and it’s now time to “climb the second mountain” and think about legacy. You’re unhappy with how the world is working right now, and you want to change your part of it for the better. You’re a coach, and you want to support your clients to be great and do great things. You’re at the start of your adult life, and you’re fired up to live a life of meaning and impact. You’re ready to begin, and to start doing something that matters...
Publisher: Page Two (Jan. 11 2022)  Pages: ‎224 pages  ISBN-10: 1774580586  ISBN-13: 978-1774580585  ASIN:‎ B09GHWP27F

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About the author: Michael Bungay Stanier is at the forefront of shaping how organizations see coaching as an essential leadership competency. His book The Coaching Habit is the best-selling coaching book of this century, with over a million copies sold. In 2019, he was named the #1 thought leader in coaching, and he has spoken on coaching from Brené Brown’s podcast to the TEDx stage. Michael founded Box of Crayons, a learning and development company that helps organizations transform from advice-driven to curiosity-led. He currently leads MBS. works, a place where people find the clarity, confidence and community to be a force for change. En route to today — and these are essential parts of his origin story— Michael knocked himself unconscious as a labourer by hitting himself in the head with a shovel; mastered stagecraft at law school by appearing in a skit called Synchronized Nude Male Modelling; and wrote (and was paid for) a Harlequin Romance-esque story involving a misdelivered letter… and called The Male Delivery. He was a Rhodes Scholar.