An introduction of why a study of leadership requires that we employ extrinsic thinking and not what is normally used; a systemic approach. From such an accurate approach to leadership a person can... More > better grow and lead because the path is clear and accurate. When a systemic approach is taken, the conclusions lead to a false sense as to what leadership is and what it takes to be a leader. This is why most leadership development programs are marginally successful - the systemic approaches upon which they are based mislead and misdirect the participant's attention and development.< Less
A short book that introduces a key law of value science, that of No-Substitution, and presents every day examples (Personal, General Business, and Business Leadership) of how each of that law is... More > ignored in our daily lives. This book is designed to help people apply the laws of value science to their lives and work.< Less
An inciteful story of two marriage relationships where one of the spouses has ideals and dreams that prevent love. This is the book for wives who live with husbands who fixate on being on time and... More > who "just don't get it." When Being Right is Wrong is "the best way to get my stubborn husband to understand what I've been trying to tell him our entire marriage!" This is also the best book for husbands whose wives are always trying to change them and don't understand what dangerous territory they are tredding into. Through the two intertwined stories readers see and understand that what they are doing is not loving. Husbands and wives will be able to "see" what they are doing through the lives of the characters in the book.
This is the first book that applies the elements of the science of value to relationships and is the easiest way for a person to learn and apply these basic elements by seeing them used and clarified in the context of this pair of love stories.< Less