Ever met a stranger who changed your view of life forever? Could one sentence change the way you look at relationships? Work? Maybe even your world? There are many day to day interactions that we brush off as unimportant. What if we saw more? What if we left the world better, in each moment, than it was when we arrived? Even if that meant doing hard things. What would that look like? What would that mean for your job, for your family, for your life? Consider what could happen if we took responsibility for not just our mess, but cleaned up found messes, even if it isn t ours. What could this mean for a company? What if you taught your employees to take initiative to leave the world and the things around them better than they found them? The Sink is the story of the small moments that make the biggest impact in our lives and our business, if only we pay attention. All it takes is one moment to transform and shift our perspective. Like the book Who Moved My Cheese, The Sink will ignite individuals, employees, leaders, and CEOs in organizations across the world to give more, pay attention to the details, and achieve results by leaving everything better than the way they found it.
The Sink is published by Clovercroft Publishing House. The book was written by Daren Martin, PhD and Walter Nusbaum. Nusbaum spent over a decade doing training and development with executives, business people, athletes, and non-profit organizations. Daren Martin PhD is a thought leader and organizational change agent who transforms companies. He has a PhD in psychology and years of experience leading corporate change initiatives, architecting company cultures, and reinventing teams. It is a 95-page philosophy book that discusses a very important life lesson and how it can be applied to business. While the book falls into the general Non-Fiction genre; I would also classify it as self-improvement.
When I received The Sink, I thought it was going to be a bit boring. However, I was pleasantly surprised to see that the book is very relatable. Not only that, it also introduced me to a new perspective on life. The book is centered around selflessness. This relatable novel delves into selflessness Constant improvement in the book takes the phrase “make the world a better place” to a new and different level. The book teaches its audience to be kind, selfless and to constantly strive to improve the lives of those around you as well as your own.
It is eye opening and interesting. Anyone looking to start a business should most definitely give this one a look. From elementary school age children to senior adults, this novels lessons can be applied to people no matter where they are in life. The uniqueness in The Sink lies in how simple the message is and how there is no area in our lives that this philosophy cannot be considered incredibly helpful and quite genius. I would easily give The Sink a 5/5. Readers will come away with a fresh view of the world around them.
About The Authors
Daren Martin is a thought leader and organizational change agent who transforms companies. He has a PhD in psychology and years of experience leading corporate change initiatives, architecting company cultures, and reinventing teams. As a keynote speaker, Dr. Martin engages audiences across the world. His travels have taken him to over forty countries as a speaker and teacher for small, mid-sized, and Fortune 500 companies. He is an inspirational resource for business managers and collaborative teams. Daren resides in Dallas, Texas.
Walter Nusbaum is President of The Nusbaum Group and the author of "Do You Have What It Takes?" He has spent over a decade doing training and development with executives, business people, athletes, and non-profit organizations. The combination of Walter's academic background in strategic management, leadership, and philosophy along with his ability to "see the problem" and provide "proven solutions" has made him a highly sought after speaker and coach.
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