7 Rules You Were Born to Break: How Intelligent Misbehavior Can Help You and Your Organization Thrive
Rick Lewis (Author)
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Description7 Rules You Were Born to Break is an exploration of 7 rules we unconsciously obey and the power of breaking them. This book reveals the secrets of a professional misbehaver who turned his passion for mischief into a successful career as an internationally renowned entertainer. In his rise from the streets as a juggler, jester and busker, to the banquet halls of the corporate elite as a headlining comedian, Rick Lewis faced the 7 hidden rules that oppose our fulfillment and success. Lewis guides us through the silent shadows of our rule oriented society through his performing stories, illustrating with warmth, humor and passion the unwritten laws that disempower us and which we must break to claim our birthright to excellence. Celebrities and a break-dancing dwarf, Santa Claus and CEOs, may never have shared a stage so equally as they do in Lewis's inspiring and remarkable tales. From the top of his twelve-foot unicycle Lewis shows us how we can rise above mediocrity in our day to day lives and give our greatest hopes, aims and visions a fighting chance. Today Rick Lewis is a world-class corporate entertainer, comedian and speaker who has appeared at events attended by the Clintons, the Prime Minister of Canada, Bill Gates, the international board of Mastercard and upper management teams for Fortune 500 companies all over North America.
Lighten Up Productions Inc
August 04, 2010
8.5 X 0.36 X 5.51 inches | 0.46 pounds
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About the Author
Rick Lewis is a street performer, writer, seminar leader, and founder and president of Lighten Up Productions, an entertainment agency in Vancouver, Canada. The intense physical discipline necessary for his performance work, and his experience of working with large groups of people, clearly support his treatment of the intention and desire required for spiritual work. He lives in Vancouver with his wife, Zoe, and their two young children.