In this guide to living as your authentic self, a successful businessman offers advice on how to live a prosperous and rewarding life by learning to take charge and lead yourself and others. Countless books focus on leadership. Numerous podcasts and TedTalks speak about leading others, leading organizations, developing leaders, and so on. But before you can lead others well, much less discover real success or leave a legacy that others will remember you for, you must first learn to lead yourself. Jeff D. Reeter is a successful businessman, as well as an accomplished leader who has helped many become better versions of themselves. He has guided many on the path to achieving their goals, and he believes that when you live your life by design and make decisions based on your intentions, you can lead yourself to live the life you have always imagined. Do Life Differently will help lead you toward extraordinary in all areas of life by offering guiding questions and exercises that will help you create your very own custom-tailored master action plan. Each step is designed with the purpose of helping you understand how to become the best version of your authentic self. You will also create a legacy that encourages others to learn, grow, and gain wisdom, values which will help them on their own journey.
Author: Jeff D. Reeter Publisher: Worthy Books Published: 11/16/2021 Pages: 240 Binding Type: Paperback Weight: 0.45lbs Size: 7.90h x 5.20w x 0.80d ISBN: 9781546036944
About the Author Author and speaker Jeff D. Reeter pursues life by design as an entrepreneur, servant leader and strategist. His mission in organizational leadership is wholly developing teams of champions dedicated to excellence in serving others. He is often heard up and down the halls of his financial firm (Northwestern Mutual) saying, "Seek first to serve, love, care, matter, make a difference and be a catalyst in the life of another person and see if everything else doesn't work out for you." Jeff is married to Cindy and enjoys outdoor adventures (hiking, fishing, hunting, etc.) and spending time at the Reeter Ranch with their family and friends.