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Book: The Character Triangle Companion - A 30-Day Kick Start to An Even Better YOU! by Lorne Rubis

Book: The Character Triangle Companion - A 30-Day Kick Start to An Even Better YOU! by Lorne Rubis

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categories: Book, Leadership, Organizational Change, Be Nice, Success, Motivation, How To Listen, Happiness, Gratitude, Generosity, Practice, Resolution, Business Management




Lorne Rubis

Author Lorne Rubisabout this book: Between the Lance Armstrong saga and the bizarre Manti T'eo hoax, the whole notion of character is a popular topic of conversation these days. I wrote The Character Triangle Companion as a follow up to my 2011 book, The Character Triangle. This book is presented as a 30-Day challenge and it is structured in a way that allows readers to identify their life's purpose, find motivation and consciously practice the core values needed to live with greater character, have an impact and inspire others.

Throughout the 30-Day program, I reference key learnings from some of the best business and self-improvement experts in the field including Marshall Goldsmith, Stephen Covey, Charles Duhigg, Brene Brown, Jim Collins and others. These folks inspire me every day and I hope you will find their findings as useful as I do.

In addition to the book, I have developed a worksheet that allows users to record and measure their progress throughout the 30 Day Program. I think you'll be thrilled with the results at the end of the month!


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Video 1: Lorne Rubis, author of the Character Triangle Blog asks the question, "How do we make people feel?"
Video 2: STP stands for Situation, Target, and Proposal and is one of the best problem solving and communication skills




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