Risky is The New Safe


I don’t normally devote blog posts to book recommendations, but I have one for you today.

It’s not a book on spiritual or personal development, however.

It has nothing to do with Busting Loose, the tools, Truth, Consciousness, or The Teachings I normally discuss.

But it has important content regardless … from a more “mainstream” or “earthbound” perspective. 

It was written by my friend Randy Gage and is called Risky Is The New Safe.

Randy asked me for an endorsement quote for the book. This is what I wrote and how I feel about it:

“I divide learning into 2 categories: Direct Learning and Collision Learning. Direct learning is when someone says ‘X’ to you and ‘X’ is valuable. Collision Learning is when someone says ‘X’ to you, ‘X’ makes you think of ‘Y’ and ‘Y’ is valuable to you.
Randy’s book offers HUGE opportunities for both forms of learning (which is rare) on topics that are absolutely critical at this point in history. I recommend it highly.” 
This is a different kind of book for a different kind of thinking.  It’s a thought-provoking manifesto for risk takers. 
Disruptive technology, accelerating speed of change, and economic upheaval are sweeping through what I call “Story Space.”  The old ways of thinking and doing things don’t work like they once did. There’s an opportunity for something new and Randy offers some fascinating and compelling suggestions. 
Like me, Randy is a renegade who dares to fly in the face of “the same-old-same-old” with aggressiveness and force, so be prepared for that!
Be sure to check it out if you’re a businessperson, entrepreneur, or investor:
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    New York Times bestselling author, renegade, globetrotting speaker, coach and entrepreneur. Love it, hate it, letting it sit, whatever, please share your comments below. And, if you resonate with what I shared, please share this post with others, however you prefer to share. Thanks in advance. :)

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