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.
Clark has spent decades traveling around the
world, interviewing the famous and powerful; consulting with presidents and
generals and sheikhs and corporate leaders; creating a multimillion-dollar
business; and (before any of the above) overcoming a paralyzing injury. All
those experiences have convinced him that the happiest people in the world
don’t pursue success at all. Instead, they pursue significance—and find that
success comes along as part of the package.
He illustrates his ideas with a wide range of
powerful true stories from business, education, the military, and
sports, starting with his own story of fighting his way back from a serious
injury that cut short his football career. Paralyzed both physically and
emotionally, Clark began his recovery only when he started to focus on purpose
rather than on goals; on being whole rather than famous; on serving others
rather than seeking praise. In the long run, that accident was the greatest
gift he ever received, setting him on a lifelong path toward true significance.
Clark’s wisdom will stimulate your intellect,
challenge your beliefs, and penetrate your heart. By following his Laws of
Significance, you will learn to connect your head and heart, manage your
priorities, and live an extraordinary life that matters to your family,
friends, coworkers, community, and country.
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