The Gouge!: How to Be Smarter Than the Situation You Are in
You are measured by what you do for others, not by what you have accomplished for yourself. We are at a time in history when the world has never been more connected. People are interdependent on each other like never before. The internet, social media, global news reporting, AI and ChatGPT all serve to connect everyone with anything and anyone they want. From a culture of influencers to digitization, supply chain dependency and inflation, to energy demands and global warming, inadequate housing markets, and a plethora of political and economic challenges, there are endless indications of how small the world has become. These challenges reinforce the importance and value of all people and each individual. How we educate and develop our most valuable assets--our people--is essential to addressing these challenges. The principles and philosophy of this book is meant to realize that potential. The Gouge! illustrates a way of thinking and living that emphasizes everyone's contract with humanity by proactively investing in the well-being and development of all.
- Publisher: Post Hill Press
- Publish Date: Jun 25th, 2024
- Pages: 224
- Language: English
- Dimensions: 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.76lb
- EAN: 9798888453124
- Categories: • Motivational & Inspirational• Leadership• Personal Growth - Happiness
About the Author
Harward, Bob: - Robert (Bob) Harward was born in Newport, Rhode Island to a US Navy family and spent his formative years in Iran, where he graduated from the Tehran American School. His father was a Navy captain and advised the Iranian Navy from 1968 to 1979. At the behest of his father, Bob enlisted in the Navy to attend the Naval Academy Prep School. He continued his education at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, graduating in 1979 after earning a Bachelor of Science. He subsequently attended the Naval War College for his master's in International Security and Strategy. Harward began his military career as a Surface Warfare officer, navigating ships around the world, and then transferred to the Naval Special Warfare community, serving as a Navy SEAL for over thirty-two years. He held various leadership positions throughout his forty-year naval career, commanding a plethora of combat units in Bosnia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, and Yemen, as well as a Nation Building Task Force in Afghanistan where he was responsible for building Rule of Law.
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