Success in any field, but especially in business is about working with people, not against them.
We have a tendency to romanticize independence. Most business literature still views autonomy as a virtue, as though communication, teamwork, and cooperation were lesser values.
People who instinctively establish a strong network of relationships have always created great businesses.
Living a connected life leads one to take a different view. Life is less a quest than a quilt. We find meaning, love, and prosperity through the process of stitching together our bold attempts to help others find their own way in their lives. The relationships we weave become an exquisite and endless pattern.
Connecting is a constant process of giving and receiving — of asking for and receiving help.
Our careers aren’t paths so much as landscapes that are navigated. We’re free agents, entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs—each with our own unique brand.
- Ken Blanchard American Author
- William F. Buckley, Jr. American TV Personality
- William Lyon Phelps American Author
- Zig Ziglar American Author
- Louise Hay American Author
- Martin Seligman American Psychologist
- Tony Robbins American Self-Help Author
- Robert Fulghum American Unitarian Universalist Author
- H. Jackson Brown, Jr. American Author
- Elisabeth Elliot American Christian Author