Be More: Find your truth, tell your story, and get what you want out of life
It hardly matters who you talk to--over and over, you hear people who want more out of life--more impact, more opportunity, more fit, more balance, just more. And more often than not, that longing for more is tied to career. But few people can answer the fundamental question that will help move them toward more. What do you want to be when you grow up?
BE MORE outlines a simple way to find the clarity to answer that question, allowing you to craft the story that will empower you to BE MORE.
Saying what you want to be, what you want to accomplish with your life, exactly what getting more out of life means to you is not an easy thing. But it's an incredibly important thing. In fact, it's pretty much the thing.
It all starts with a gloves-off conversation about what you want to be when you grow up and accepting your responsibility for figuring it out. In a straightforward, thoughtful, occasionally irreverent way, BE MORE and its practical Skills Values Passion (SVP) Exercise offer a step-by-step process that allows you to better understand your innate gifts and to use that self-awareness to guide your career and life in a way that moves you toward something more.
Author: Todd Putman, Lori Sparger
Binding Type: Paperback
Publisher: Future Pull Group
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.54d
About the Author
Sparger, Lori: - Lori Sparger is Chief Operating Officer for the College of Liberal Arts at Purdue University. She also serves as the College's chief innovation officer, working with the Dean on new initiatives and program development. As a writer, she focuses on telling stories that matter. Lori received her bachelor's degree in English from Purdue UniversityKass, Sam: - Sam Kass is an NBC News Food Analyst. He is a former White House Chef and Executive Director of First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! initiative.Putman, Todd: - Todd Putman serves as General Manager for the Garden Fresh strategic business unit within the new Campbell Fresh division of the Campbell Soup Company. He recently served as an architect TeamFNV, a brand collaboration focused on increasing consumption and sales of fruits and vegetables among teens and moms. Before that, he was deeply involved in Eat Brighter, an initiative created to encourage children to make the choice to eat more fruits and vegetables. Both partnerships included the White House and First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! organization and the Produce Marketing Association, among others.Todd is passionately committed to empowering people to accomplish their goals and realize their individual potential. He holds a bachelor's degree from Purdue University where he chairs the College of Liberal Arts Dean's Advisory Council. His other board affiliations include The Public Good Projects in New York.