SO, WHAT DO YOU DO? Features Executive Leadership Expert Lorinda Clausen
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ Executive Leadership Coach Lorinda Clausen, has written a chapter in a new inspirational book called, "So, What Do You Do?" (Morgan-James Publishing, 2013). Her chapter is called, "The Crusher of Limiting Beliefs."
"Each person has their own passion, talent, skill, ability and personality that makes them as unique as a snowflake. When we do what we were created to do, we bring a unique value to the world," says New York Times best-selling author Joel Comm who has brought together 46 "geniuses" who are passionate about their areas of expertise.
"When meeting someone for the first time, names and handshakes are exchanged. Invariably, one person asks, 'So, What Do You Do?' " said Comm. "The question itself is an invitation to discover the genius that is available all around us if we will just listen."
The standout chapter of the book is "The Crusher of Limiting Beliefs." Lorinda Clausen spins a story of how driving an old, green pickup truck at age 13 set the course for the rest of her life a life of risk, adventure and reaching beyond what we think we are capable of doing.
"Readers will be inspired by stories of regular people who make an impact on the world as they live their personal passion. They will be enlightened and encouraged as they identify the value brought to their lives by the people around them," Comm said. "From exceptional parenting and exciting adventure travel to growing a thriving business to dealing with issues of personal growth, this book will take you to new places and encourage you to share your genius with the world."
Like its best-selling predecessor, "Chicken Soup for the Soul," "So, What Do You Do?" is packed with stirring and powerful stories. But unlike the former book, readers also will discover real-life tools they can use in their daily personal and business life. Whether their focus is on personal development, growing their business, or managing money, readers will find specific information to help them move forward.
The first in a series of books, coaches, speakers, business leaders, personal development advisors and other creative individuals who wish to be considered for publication can submit a proposal at http://SoWhatDoYouDo.com