Steve Zuckerman is putting his knowledge to work, preparing my next book for release to the public. Steve is doing a superb job creating and overseeing our blog and, now, the book. Nothing but the professional best at work on our behalf!
We all intend and hope that the book proves helpful to leaders, parents, teachers, and any with responsibilities to and with others. I know my intentions when I write a paper today are no different than what they were when I worked with children, staff, entrepreneurs, and professionals. I always want to listen, give feedback, render clarity, and suggest resolutions. Still, papers cannot listen, confirm and respond, but as a mentor, I can and must do my best to teach, clarify and guide.
There’s no need to write that our world is in a bad state, but a book that seeks to better human relationships is a positive contribution to the caring and nurturing of people and our world.
With technology and a changing environment, our world appears to grow smaller even as our population increases. Ironically, our planet is less able to care for those who already inhabit it. We are aware of our current problems: wars, dictatorships, a disintegrating environment, inflation, pandemics, and more. There is no worse time in human history to be deaf, dumb, and blind to the unpredictable challenges ahead.
Our earth in trouble—What can we do to avoid—Not our head in sand.