Does change scare you? Do you procrastinate before taking action, that is, if you take action at all?
Do people not trust you, and do you not trust people?
If you’ve answered yes to any of the above, then this 2014 & 2016 Global Ebook Awards GOLD & SILVER Winner for Best Self-Help Non-Fiction Ebook is a must read. Now revised and expanded, but still compact and easy to understand, Albert Bolter in The C.A.T. Principle: Change, Action, Trust – Words to Live By breaks down these three most important traits of life and explains how to deal with them on your terms, so that you can create the life you’ve always wanted to create.
Drawing upon wide-ranging experiences from training as a jet pilot in the Canadian Air Force, living in Berlin after the fall of The Wall, working as a commercial real estate broker in Toronto, to being in Miami during the Great Recession of 2008-2009, he explains what these traits are, how they affect us, and what we can do to use them to realize our dreams, goals and ambitions.
He does this by combining personal stories with insightful observations and taking the reader on a journey of self-discovery. At times provocative, the stories give rise to a sense of self-awareness that hitherto may have been unfelt, while conveying a sense of humanity that we can all relate to.
If you’ve never given change, action and trust much thought before, then now is the time to do just that. Now is the time to make a change, take action and build trust in your life and The C.A.T. Principle helps you do just that.Albert Bolter