# Highly Recommended《Bran-New + Hardcover Edition + Creating NEW Meaning In Yourself , Work & Discover A New Kind Of Sucess》Julia Moulden - WE ARE THE NEW RADICALS : A Manifesto For Reinventing Yourself And Saving The World
This International bestseller in hardcover edition is a bran-new book and still wrapped with new-book plastic wrapper. The original new book is sold at usual price RM137.76 (Hardcover). Now here Only at RM36. Every day we hear news stories of the rich and powerful doing good works. What you don't generally hear about are the tens of thousands of ordinary men and women who have successfully reinvented themselves and found success in careers that allow them to make a real and lasting difference in the world. It offers expert guidance on how to make the transition into your new life from the power laying within us . This title describes the three main paths to becoming a New Radical - Innovation, - Entrepreneurship, - and Activism. In We Are the New Radicals, Julia Moulden introduces you to dozens who have become warriors for progress and healing and shows you how to forge your own path of positive service. You will discover how to： ● Take stock of your abilities and skills ● Discern how you can best help others ● Make the time you need to develop a plan ● Create a support network for yourself and your program Around the world, thousands of people who've found success in their chosen careers are getting the call to do something more with their lives--to give something back to a world in desperate need of their help. And you don't have to be a billionaire to do so. You can be an ordinary person, like: ➽ Melissa Dyrdahl, who left her job as senior vice president of marketing at Adobe Systems to create Bring Light, Inc., a nonprofit Web site that offers a revolutionary new way for connecting donors with hundreds of charities. ➽ Rocco Rossi, a top Canadian executive and entrepreneur, who experienced a rude awaking in his late 30s that led to him becoming CEO of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario. ➽ Chef Jamie Kennedy, who knew that there was something deeply crazy--and completely unsustainable--about the way restaurants source ingredients. He is now leading the movement toward local, sustainable cuisine. These are just three of the many unsung heroes of the New Radicals movement. Bestselling author Julia Moulden, a consultant who counsels clients in search of more meaningful career paths, helps you determine if you are ready to follow their example, and offers her expert guidance on how to make the transition into your new life. Julia describes the three main paths to becoming a New Radical-Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Activism. And she helps you to ➠ Understand your motivations ➠ Determine what skills you can leverage ➠ Identify the options that are open to you ➠ Envision your new role and establish realistic goals ➠ Create an action plan for embarking on your new life You don't have to be a Richard Branson, Warren Buffett, or Al Gore to make the world a better place. With Moulden's guidance, you can transform how you earn your daily bread and make a real difference. Change, Like Charity, Starts at Home There is a quote attributed to Russian author Leo Tolstoy that states, “Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.” The progression of modern society would disagree with the author of War and Peace. More and more people are awakening to the notion that the act of changing the world cannot come without first reinventing oneself. For many, the spark that sets off this internal evolution comes from turning on the TV. Any news network, particularly during coverage of international affairs, offers a nonstop nightmare for an anxious person: environmental catastrophe, nonstop warfare, abject poverty and human suffering. With this in mind, the stouthearted turn off the TV and turn on their light of compassion and look to make a difference. In We Are the New Radicals: A Manifesto for Reinventing Yourself and Saving the World, author Julia Moulden wants to show readers how they can get started. Finding a Purpose Moulden, a journalist and career consultant, helps individuals who in many ways have reached the top of the business mountain. In addition to finding it lonely at the top, many of her clients have found it a bit empty, as well. It should not come as a surprise to readers that many successful business leaders take as serious an interest in improving the world as they do in increasing their corporate coffers. The CEO with a heart of gold is a character who garners the occasional headline. Moulden’s “new radical” is in some respects more bold. He or she could well be an ordinary person who has achieved modest success but wants to do good works for the sake of the world. This can involve leaving behind the life that he or she knew in an effort to create a career that enriches the world rather than the individual. The author establishes from the outset that the path to becoming a new radical is not an easy one to tread. We Are the New Radicals understands that impatience and frustration often bring a premature end to people’s attempts to live a more purposeful life. Moulden stresses time and again that the process of giving takes work. In many ways, it requires just as much, if not more, work to build one’s charitable career as it does to build a professional life. The gravity of making the effort to pursue one’s true path has as much to do with the person as it does with the cause. As Moulden writes, “Our enthusiasm will inspire us to take on the challenge and give us the strength to carry on in the face of inevitable difficulties.” Moulden has an obvious passion for her own role in the betterment of society, and that translates well to the reassuring advice she offers and examples she provides. Moulden’s experience as a journalist provides an added bonus for her readers. She is an excellent writer, weaving a compelling narrative without sacrificing substance for flair. Her words, like her message, have an obvious purpose, and because of that, readers are likely to take her subject matter to heart. We Are the New Radicals is a book that will grip readers and plant a seed of curiosity about their own ambitions. With so much negativity dominating every headline and newscast, it is important for people to be reminded of the part they can potentially play in turning the tide. Moulden provides a framework to map out one’s path to a new life. We Are the New Radicals is a book that has the potential to make a difference in the lives of many individuals. If each of the people who are touched by its message goes on to impact the lives of 100 people in need, the outlook for the world could be a bit brighter.
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