For the month of March the book that I’ve chosen is The Art of Significance: Achieving the Level Beyond Success by Dan Clark. Dan is a good friend of mine and I have a tremendous amount of respect for him and his wisdom. He is a master motivator with high integrity which is why I’m recommending his book. Dan was so gracious to write the foreword to my book for which I’m grateful. I’m sure that many of you have heard him speak, so you are aware of his ability to inspire people to become their best self.
This book isn’t your average business leadership book, but a complete instruction manual for going beyond successful to becoming significant. Dan Clark, one of the world’s leading inspirational speakers and leadership trainers, vehemently opposes the conventional wisdom about success. He believes it’s tragic and superficial to build our careers and personal lives around getting more money, bigger houses, cooler toys, and fancier job titles. What’s it all worth in the end? How many outwardly successful people still feel empty inside? Clark has spent decades traveling around the world, interviewing and consulting with presidents, generals, sheikhs and corporate leaders; creating his own multimillion-dollar business. Dan teaches us how to create a more significant life by using the Twelve Highest Universal Laws of Life-Changing Leadership. By reading and incorporating the principles taught in this book, you can become an extraordinary thought and growth leader, people builder and leave behind a legacy of significance in every area of your life.
The Art of Significance: Achieving the Level Beyond Success can be purchased HERE.
Dan Clark is an internationally recognized Hall of Fame professional speaker and the bestselling author of twenty books on leadership, management, team building, humor, story power, public speaking and self-mastery. He is a CEO, a consultant, a university professor, an adventurer, a songwriter, a philanthropist, and a community activist. He lives in the mountains outside Salt Lake City and with his wife has raised four significant children.
Contact info – www.danclark.com