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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Rich Habits Rich Life: The Power of 'Me We Do Be' Habits, Rituals and Routines (Book Feature)



While the definition of success may be many things to many people, we know there is no standard 'one-size-fits-all' answer! In Dr. Randall Bell's soon-to-be-released book, Rich Habits Rich Life: The Power of 'Me We Do Be' Habits, Rituals and Routines, he reveals how he was able to identify a link between daily habits and various measures of success by analyzing the everyday habits of over 5,000 people. {Book provided for review/feature purposes}

Several thousand people, from every walk of life and all fifty states and around the world, participated in Dr. Randall Bell's survey for his soon-to-be-released book, Rich Habits Rich Life: The Power of 'Me We Do Be' Habits, Rituals and Routines (Leadership Institute Press). This landmark research detailed the daily habits of professionals, students, stay-at-home moms, retirees, the unemployed and millionaires - and scientifically identified the link between everyday habits and various measures of success – making it one of the most significant sociological studies ever conducted!

There is no 'one-size-fits-all' when it comes to success. Some might define it as wealth or fame, finding the right partner, having a happy family life, completing a degree or even mastering a musical instrument – while others may see it as beating a life-threatening illness. What is so compelling about Rich Habits is that it lets us define what success means to us individually, while looking at the foundational elements that apply to us all. So what makes a winning strategy or leads up to disaster or collapse? Why do some waste their success, while others continue to elevate?

Rich Habits is fun, intelligent and practical, and delivers fascinating insight into the behaviors that lead to disaster, recovery or prosperity. Just as one bad habit can ripple out with destructive consequences, so a good habit – even something as simple as making our bed, waving at a neighbor, or having dinner as a family - can ripple out and become something wonderful!

In his book, the result of over 25 years of research, Dr. Bell masterfully links classic behavioral research with his work on high profile cases - including Chernobyl, the World Trade Center and OJ Simpson - to reveal why some dive, some survive, and others thrive. He explains that all behaviors can be organized within the four cornerstones of 'Me We Do Be,' and his book helps connect the dots to create a whole new outlook for success.

While we each have our own definition of success, Dr. Bell's extensive research shows we do share certain foundational elements. His book creates a fresh perspective for success by connecting the dots between the four cornerstones of 'Me We Do Be,' which are:

• 'Me' refers to habits that build quality thinking and wisdom
• 'We' habits build relationships
• 'Do' habits build productivity
• 'Be' habits build the future

Rich Habits provides answers to why some people achieve and remain successful - and others fail.

Randall Bell, PhD has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, PEOPLE magazine, The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, CNN, and every national television network. He is a renowned, in-demand speaker at events around the globe. He earned his PhD in Human and Organizational Systems from Fielding Graduate University and his MBA from UCLA. Dr. Bell is a socio-economist and the CEO of Landmark Research Group, LLC. He is married and has four children.

How do you define success? Do you think this book contains some insight that may help you achieve it?



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