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ReMember: renewing our memberships, relationships, and focus in a distracting world. Paperback – November 27, 2013
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Jason shares his life experiences with us in a way that inspires us to become a human being. His stories and reminders are not only interesting but motivating for our personal lives, teams and businesses. - Howard Behar, author of It's Not About The Coffee --Former President, Starbucks Coffee
About the Author
Jason Barger is the globally-celebrated author and creator of the Step Back from the Baggage Claim Movement. His books and speeches have circled the world inspiring positive action. As founder of Step Back Leadership Consulting LLC, he adds value to teams and organizations in support of Leadership Development, Culture-Shaping, Service, and clarity of Mission & Vision. He is a highly sought-after speaker. Prior to his current work, he led over 1700 people to construct 125 houses for families internationally living in poverty. He is passionate about encouraging and inspiring us all to put servant leadership into action in our lives and work.
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This follow-up contains not only impeccable logic for boosting personal satisfaction, but also offers illustrations and engaging stories from real life, provides practical examples from real companies, shares lessons from Jason's own whirlwind travels following the success of his first book, and presents the reader with provocative Q&A exercises at the end of each chapter. I found that last interactive feature to be most valuable to develop some action plans for how I can increase focus and commitment to my highest-value relationships. I would think that organizational teams would enjoy reading the book together and clarifying their priorities in the same fashion.
ReMember is a very useful guide to ReGaining control over the busy lives we all seem to lead these days. It's only because I enjoyed his phenomenal first book so much that I give this sequel "only" four stars
I will read it again half-way through the year because it's that kind of book: a solid reminder to stop and ReMember, reconnect, rekindle, recharge.
One of my favorite quotes:
"There is no better use of time, education, or development than to make sure you and everyone on your team, in your family, or in your organization is clear on why you do what you do and what direction you're heading. "