He’s one of the wisest men I’ve had the pleasure to know and learn from. Rarely have I met a person who has the people skills he possesses and can transfer those to others in such a way that so strongly takes hold.
A pharmacist by profession he’s twice been awarded Walmart Pharmacist of the Year for the Wisconsin region as well as being the WEAU-TV 13 Sunshine Award winner.
And he considers himself to be a service provider first…and only then a healthcare provider.
Corey Jahnke is also a student — a perpetual, ongoing student — and a teacher (Yes, I really do refer to him as, The Zen Pharmacist) of success and personal development.
And, his new book, The Successful Thinker, has everything it takes to become a classic in that genre.
Written as a business parable, it’s a quick, easy-to-read, and life/business changing story based on what the author calls “The 7 Laws of 21st Century Leadership.”
In this brief interview with Corey, we mainly explore what I believe is the premise of everything he teaches; the ability to catch ourselves telling a “really lousy story” about our own lives and situations, as well as about others.
Yes, it’s much more than that. However, just listening to what he says in this discussion can make a huge difference in your personal and professional effectiveness.
Enjoy our chat!
See what I mean? Easy to see why he has won awards in his field. The wisdom in this book can help you to win awards in yours. 🙂
Visit his website, www.TheSuccessfulThinker.com and receive the first four chapters, as well as some other value-based goodies. Be prepared to be hooked on the book well before you are through reading those chapters.
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