“Checklists and Diaries” Pioneers Path to Making Thought Great Again

New Book Embraces Thought, Experience and Authenticity as Keys to Successful Career and Life Transformations

RICHER Press

May 1, 2017, 08:00 MST

Phoenix, Arizona,— In a twist from past research and writings, Earl Cobb and Jim Grigsby recently announced the May 1, 2017 release of their new book titled, “The Official Leadership Checklist and Diary for Project Management Professionals.”

The book is a collaboration, which unites two well-published authors who have an expertise and passion for publishing insightful, entertaining and practical self-improvement literature.

According to Grigsby, “We have spent a considerable amount of time developing what we believe is the first of its kind. As millions of professions around the world, look for ways to channel their enthusiasm and energy to move to the next level and to make meaningful transformations in both their career and their personal lives, they are seeking practical, self-guided methods. Our new book embraces the idea that you are what you think and that by transforming your thoughts and actions, you can gain better control your destiny.”

In a recent interview Cobb stated, “This particular Checklist and Diary is written and deigned as a thought guide and performance tracker and is specifically for Project Management Professionals. It contains succinct, yet powerful, messages and project-specific wisdom weaved into an exclusive, self-development platform which can be used and treasured as a tool by the over 16 million Project Management Professionals around the world. We anticipate future versions of the book to be written and uniquely designed for other career disciplines where thought, experience and authenticity can be channeled and coached. Our goal is to make the idea of thinking and using our minds, as well as technology, great again. We believe that this new genre of professional self-development augments academic success, seeds a sense of professional realism and can propel rewarding career and life transformations.”

As said by one editorial reviewer, “The book as the consummate guide for PMP professionals to employ and deploy successful project leadership strategies. Most publications focus on the technical aspects of project management while giving little attention to the leadership aspects. This practical guide is a thought provoking resource for project leaders that will enhance project outcomes.”

The print version of “The Official Leadership Checklist and Diary for Project Management Professionals” will be globally released on May 1, 2017 and can be found on Barnes and Noble.com, Amazon.com and everywhere quality book are sold. You learn more about and preview the book at its website at www.leadershipchecklist.com.