Request for Experts, Contributors and Editors

I’m back writing… yahoo!… and finally with an outline that makes sense to me (hopefully it does to others too!)

 BTW, this latest book is a combination of theory, case studies, stories, action items (e.g. discovery, questionnaires, and other exercises as individuals and for organizations) and guides for individuals to embark on transformation as Enlightened Capitalists in 7 or 8 different stages of their lives and/or roles.
I’ve spent years writing and rewriting this book for the theory part and exercises part and now it’s time to finish it!

I’m posting today for 2 reasons:

  1.  I’m seeking chapter-by-chapter editors who can provide relatively quick feedback. If you are interested, please let me know by sharing why your experiences and insight can help. The expectation is a critical and valuable response within 2 weeks of receiving the chapter.
  2. I am also looking for stories from others who have already taken steps to become more Enlightened Capitalists, which I define as people who believe in BEING Good, DOING Good, and DOING Well… (and with no boxes to tick!).
 I am specifically looking for answers which will help the readers to align their personal values, vision, and ideal day in their ideal lifestyle with the work they do.
My focus is on the individual and how they align their lives with their work and then successfully implement massive positive transformation within organizations.

We absolutely must balance the realities of business in 2018 and beyond with BEING Good, DOING Good, and DOING Well.

We also need to share valuable lessons from those who’ve learned what works and what doesn’t.

Please share with everyone who can help either directly or by sharing with their network. Thank you in advance.
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About the Author

Carol Wain is the founder and leader of many brands which help leaders to create more profitable businesses that transform lives and positively impact our planet. She is an author, speaker, trusted advisor and mentor who won Entrepreneur of the Year in 2003.

Carol is passionate about reinventing business to become a force for good — positive businesses which respect, appreciate, encourage and support the right employees who voluntarily use their discretionary effort to bring the vision, purpose, platform, personality, passion and core values to life; businesses which create useful, meaningful and valuable products, services and experiences which improve the lives of people; and businesses which support communities, take a stand and have a higher purpose.

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