In Bring Your Whole Self to Work, Mike Robbins pulls back the curtain
of the most effective teams on the planet. What do great leaders have in
common? What makes a team perform greater than its individual parts
would suggest? How do you solve problems before they arise? In short,
there are five key components that answer all these questions and more. To
bring our whole selves to work and therefore thrive, we must: be authentic,
utilize the power of appreciation, focus on emotional intelligence, embrace a
growth mindset, and create a championship team.
Brandon Steiner has sold millions of dollars of dirt. Yep, dirt. And grass and bricks and fragments of cloth--millions of dollars in mundane material. This book, the title of which is inspired by his mother's favorite saying, tells exactly how. In fact, Steiner can largely be thanked for singlehandedly creating the industry of sports memorabilia as we know it. That dirt and grass was from Yankee Stadium and other mega-famous American ballparks. Those cloth fragments were straight from pro athlete's used game jerseys! He created an empire on these unconventional yet obscenely popular ideas, and there's no better individual to teach you to think outside the box.