Brian Klemmer writes that, in life, there are two types of people. The first are those who are nice, good-hearted, and compassionate but can’t make much happen. The other kind can make everything happen – they’re the creators, the go-getters, and the aggressive producers in society. However, they’re often self-centered, greedy, and unethical. Wouldn’t it be great if you could make things happen in a really big way but not lose your integrity? The Compassionate Samurai will show you the way to produce extraordinary results in a dog-eat-dog world and still maintain the highest levels of ethics.
Book Summary: “The Compassionate Samurai”, by Brian Klemmer
by Kevin Brimhall | Oct 12, 2008 | Book Summaries, Goals / Purpose | 0 comments