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Springboard was awarded the top book prize for 2013 from the nation’s largest business bookseller. The citation calls it “an incredibly uplifting book” that belongs “on the shelves, and in the hearts and minds, of anyone who wants to be more successful.” https://800ceoread.com/…/springboard-g-richard-shell-english
America’s #1 business book website, 800CEOREAD, awarded Springboard its top prize as the best Personal Development book for business readers published in 2013. Springboard prevailed over a short list that included Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In, Daniel Goleman’s Focus, Adam Grant’s Give and Take, and Shawn Achor’s Before Happiness. http://blog.800ceoread.com/2013/12/16/2013-800-ceo-read-business-book-awards-personal-development/.
Mark C. Crowley pens a major piece on G. Richard Shell for Fast Company:
“When Wharton Business School professor Richard Shell was faced with a life-threatening illness, he was forced to think about the big picture. What was success to him? Since then, Shell has dedicated his life to helping folks find true meaning in their own lives and work….”
G. Richard Shell, author of SPRINGBOARD, pens the piece, “Do You Have the Right Kind of Confidence,” for Entrepreneur.com:
“What does it take to be an entrepreneur? I believe genuine success comes if — and only if — you have the right kind of confidence. And that means you need two forms of it, not just one. I call these Level 1 and Level 2….”
Bloomberg BusinessWeek weighs in on G. Richard Shell’s SPRINGBOARD: http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-08-09/a-wharton-professors-search-for-success
Penn Gazette‘s latest issue features G. Richard Shell and SPRINGBOARD:
“Wharton professor Richard Shell’s unorthodox new book on success draws on his own wandering path to an academic career – which included jobs house-painting and fundraising in DC, a nasty bout of hepatitis in a Kabul flophouse, and a flirtation with monastic life in Korea – and celebrates the power of uncertainty.”
Shell recently discussed his new book, SPRINGBOARD, on WHYY Philadelphia Public Radio’s “Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane.” http://whyy.org/cms/radiotimes/2013/08/09/launching-ones-personal-search-for-success/
Kare Anderson writes on Forbes.com about G. Richard Shell’s popular “Success Course” at Wharton, and his new book, SPRINGBOARD: