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  • By Jack Mayhoffer on July 23, 2014

    So many spelling errors and bad punctuation throughout the first 20 pages that I quit reading. I'm serious, there are at least 4 per page. It really bothers me when I have to decipher a book like it's written in another language.

  • By Sonja on November 11, 2014

    Some of the interviews were interesting but there are 2 - 3 typos in every chapter. I'm not an exceptional speller or proof reader and for me to notice, well, it's just odd that there are so many.

  • By Merlin on August 27, 2014

    Really good read, highly recommend it

  • By Bonnie Howell on June 16, 2012

    Dr. Bonnie Howell shares her perceptions from 20 plus years of real leadership in a health care organization. She develops her leadership philosophy , offers her advice in contest and gives the world some insight as to what really makes a people driven organization.

  • By Jeremy M on January 12, 2010

    Stepping Stones to Success was an inspiring read from many different perspectives. Each chapter is an interview with a successful thought leader or entrepreneur. It shares impressive insights from people like Deepak Chopra, Jack Canfield and Denis Waitley.Not every interview was equal, but 2 really caught my attention. I really enjoyed the chapters with Dr. Mary Donohue and Samy Chong. Both had very different messages and insights, but both were really engaging.Samy Chong shares his personal story of career development, and ties these insights for how people can live a more purposeful and fulfilled life. I related to Chong's story of entrepreneurship. I really liked how we broke down "the stepping stones to success" as purpose, pain, passion and priorities. It was a very balanced approach, but the inclusion of "pain" and "priorities" provides his approach teeth.Dr. Mary Donohue's interview was a real treat to read. She is brilliant. She brings forward a model for instituting corporate philanthropy as a tool for leadership development. Dr. Donohue describes her approach as "leading by giving." She brings forward real world examples from companies like Coors, and discusses how organizations use "leading by giving" to build trust, develop their people and maximize results. As a business owner, her message gave me inspiration on how I can grow my business with the power of philanthropy.These 2 chapters made the book worthy of purchase, and one that I would recommend.

  • By Marsha Eger on August 15, 2010

    This book is a must read. Where else can you get the wisdom and insight of such a distinguished group. In particular the interviews with Dr. Bonnie Howell begin to provide leaders with a new way of thinking about leadership. As a former CEO, Dr. Howell has 23 years of hands on experience and expertise in leading a larger organization. As you read her interviews you will see that her approach was obviously visionary and unique. Her style is one of a conscious and intentional leader and the perspective she shares in this volume is well worth reading. Her contributions along with her co-authors have made this a most valuable volume. Dr. Howell has truly provided some stepping stones to successful leadership and organizations.

  • By Sociologist on August 19, 2010

    This is a must-read. As a scholar I found this volume to be both excellent research as well as highly readable. I especially enjoyed the chapters by Dr. Bonnie Howell. Howell is a leader who has excellent insights about spiritual leadership, a new hot topic in the corporate world. All of the chapters are excellent but I would suggest that you buy this volume just to read the chapters by Howell in particular. Would be an excellent reader for a course on leadership or entrepreneurship in a business school.

  • By Cornbread on January 22, 2014

    Jay kerwin claims to have been a Navy SEAL, Air Force Pararescue, and to have been through every special forces training available. Actually, he's done time in several military prisons, including Leavenworth. That's pretty much the extent of his "military training." Any book that would include this piece of s*** can't be worth much more than wiping your ass.

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