Have you ever wanted to speak out? To change a culture that is unfair, unproductive, or unsustainable?

I have. And I did––and I’ve spent my career coaching others on how to do the same.

In my new book Heretics to Heroes: A Memoir on Modern Leadership, I show you how to lead men and women in the contemporary workplace by digging deeply into the lessons I’ve learned through experiences and mentors throughout my life.

To celebrate the fact that Heretics to Heroes is now available for pre-order through Amazon, I’d like to explain why my story is worth sharing.

My journey is both relatable and unique––two concepts that are definitively at odds with one another, I know. But it’s that paradox––that recognition of our similarities alongside the ways I pulled away from the pack––that will help you to see the type of leadership you’re truly capable of.

My early career and views are probably a lot like yours.

If you’re reading this, you’ve probably sensed something is off where you work––weak or misguided visions, poor treatment of people, alarming economic and market downturns. I was once a young engineer, and then a brand new performance coach, and during that time, I too was troubled by what I saw.

If you’re reading this, you probably want to change things, too. That’s where the difference that makes Heretics to Heroes worth reading comes in: Instead of just thinking about transformation, I achieved it. And I want you to see that you can as well.

My hope is that Heretics to Heroes will expand the ongoing conversation I’ve been having for decades with senior leaders at some of the largest corporations in the world. To all of you leaders and performance coaches who are ready to create exceptional performance by putting people first, the All-In™ Leadership introduced in this book is the framework you’ve been waiting for.

I invite you to explore what can happen when you stand up to fear, embrace your inner heretic, and fight for a heroic future.

So take the first step: Order Heretics to Heroes, and let’s start building something better together. Remember, the only leader who needs to change is you.