The Business of Wanting More: Why Some Executives Move from Success to Fulfillment and Others Don't (Hardcover)

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The astonishing confessions of a serial entrepreneur and a CEO of one of the fastest-growing telecom companies in the world. He thought he had it all, except for that nagging feeling of ...wanting more. Brian Gast made and lost $50 million. He learned the hard way that successful leadership requires more than an MBA, leadership training, and hundreds of books on leadership. It requires taking the risk of looking inward and bursting the bubble created by limiting beliefs and distorted views. You hold in your hands the highly acclaimed Q7 Process, created by Brian Gast to coach executives to previously unimaginable levels of success and happiness. In this book you will get recharged and refreshed as you learn to: Integrate Your Leadership with a Whole-Life View Tap Unused Skills to Play a Bigger Game Respond to High-Stress Situations and Generate Powerful Results Create a Road Map to Success and Fulfilment Get MORE of What You (Really) Want You will laugh as you recognize yourself, and you will sigh with relief as you find the clarity and inspiration you need to achieve the life you've always wanted but never believed you could have.

About the Author

Brian Gast is a trusted advisor to business leaders of Fortune 1000 companies, midsized private companies, and entrepreneurs. He is an executive coach, corporate team facilitator, retreat leader, author, and speaker, whose work with his transformational Q7 Process has taken him across North America and Europe. Prior to launching his coaching firm, Quadrant Corp, in 2001, Brian was the co-founder and CEO of three companies, managing thousands of employees and raising hundreds of millions of dollars. He lives in Littleton, Colorado.
Product Details
ISBN: 9780984941902
ISBN-10: 0984941908
Publisher: Barnegat Press Company
Publication Date: November 15th, 2012
Pages: 184
Language: English