The role of leadership is to transform the complex situation into small pieces and prioritize them. - Carlos Ghosn
Dear reader, thank you so much for taking your time to read this first part of a three-part series. I have collected letters, pen pal conversations, public speaking scripts and notes, e-mail conversations, and personal growth and educational files for the last 20 years to compile these three books. I hope to take all my experience, leadership, and creative storytelling and give it to a younger group that can grow into an exceptional lead generation that can change their companies, local communities, and the world.
These books are meant to be thoughts, meditations, and lofty ideas for conversation among your team Aur C sweet group. Used books are not meant to be set in stone, but the change grows over time, so even though there are three parts at the start of this book series, I might have a few more books down the road that implement new lessons, new techniques, and I'm always trying to find the best ways for myself since we are all unique.
After reading this book, I want to encourage you to grab the next book and continue your journey with me. Most of my books are set in alphabetical order, or a chain of thoughts that came in concession with a pen pal I had, an executive coaching session that I mentored, a nonprofit turnaround that I was a part of; or just lessons that I have learned as a creative lead, a nonprofit CCO, and all the other experience that God has blessed me with and my crazy 25-year journey.
If you have any questions, suggestions, or want to be a pen pal, go to my mobile app on Android, apple; it is also a website; sign in, start a conversation with me, and I'll send you updates on the latest books, and I am so blessed to be with Amazon and all the other distributors to bring these thoughts to you and then to have a conversation back with you about leadership.
I pray that you take these ideas into your own companies, upgrade your personal life and professional road map, and tell me about your stories. These books are not about me, I do not care to pontificate, but I do care to see if I can help elevate leadership in a whole new way and, again, friends and colleagues along the way. I read about ten books a month, I encourage you to do the same, at your speed, but I'll also request authentically that you contact me or someone that you trust and go on a journey together the better the lives of others and to elevate your leadership skills in a road map to success.
I wish you well in your endeavors; thank you so much for spending time with me in this book; let me know your thoughts, and I am very humbled and appreciative of the time you have spent with these words on these pages.
May God bless you and keep you. Be blessed along your journey.
In humble servanthood,
Dr. Layne McDonald