Join us as we talk with Tom Oliver, a business leader, global social entrepreneur, philanthropist, and visionary who has worked with some of the world’s leading figures, including the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu, as well as CEOs of several Fortune 500 companies. Founder and chair of the global Leadership Circle at the Manchester Business School in the UK and founder and CEO of the World Peace Foundation, which Desmond Tutu has called “the most influential peace gathering in history,” Tom is a man who has proven in his own life that Nothing Is Impossible.
Nothing Is Impossible is a wonderful catch phrase. We all want to believe it, and in the moment during and after an inspirational presentation or the reading of a good book on the topic, we might believe it to be true.
In Nothing Is Impossible (McGraw-Hill October 2013), Tom Oliver addresses those excuses and distractions. He validates their existence. And then he provides not just reasons for moving past them but also the tools with which to do so, empowering us to believe viscerally that Nothing Is Impossible and to act accordingly. In short, the book is a step-by-step guide to altering stagnant reality and replacing it with kinetic pursuit of real goals and dreams.
Turning personal challenges into assets and successes
- Four tips for success
- Defining safety net, and why we need to dispense with it
- What it takes to achieve outstanding results in whatever you do
- The role of spontaneity in life