The four cornerstones of all great pursuits
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- Length: 6 hrs and 25 mins
- Release Date:12-20-16
- Publisher: Leadership Institute Press
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Dr. Randall Bell talks to ABC’s Teresa Dufour
The world is flooded with information, but starving for wisdom. Many feel a sense of overload, anxiety, and a general state of restlessness. Eastern cultures refer to the monkey mind and respond with yoga and meditation. Western civilization has identified a series of disorders and related prescription drugs. All of this can help, but what is the complete and balanced solution? How do we get grounded, despite all the confusion? How do we build a solid foundation that assures solid, authentic growth? If you look carefully at every authentic achievement, you will see a clear pattern of Me We Do Be.
Me We Do Be reveals that all behaviors can be organized within these four cornerstones. Me is quality thinking that builds wisdom, We habits form quality relationships, Do actions build productivity, and Be designs the future. Me We Do Be connects the dots and creates a fresh perspective for moving forward. The Me We Do Be principles are the result of research that has spanned 25 years at the intersection of sociology and economics.
Dr. Randall Bell masterfully interweaves classic behavioral research with his own work on high-profile cases-including Chernobyl, the World Trade Center, and O. J. Simpson – to reveal why some dive, some survive, and others thrive.
Success can be defined in many ways. Obviously, some people define it as making money. Others see success as leading a great organization, breaking sales records, having a happy family life, finding true love, or winning a competition. Some see it as contributing to a worthy cause, completing a degree, or mastering a musical instrument. Others view success as beating cancer, connecting with the divine, or healing from an emotional wound. There is no one-size-fits-all for success. Me We Do Be lets us define what success means to us individually. But in so doing, it looks at the foundatio
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Author, Randall Bell, PhD
About the Author
Randall Bell, PhD, is a socio-economist and the CEO of Landmark Research Group, LLC. Prior to this, he led a national practice at Price Waterhouse Coopers, the world’s largest consulting firm. The strategic and problem-solving skills of Dr. Bell are well established. He consulted on the World Trade Center, the Flight 93 Crash Site, the BP Oil Spill, Hurricane Katrina, the nuclear testing on the Bikini Atoll, and several other tragedies including the Jon Benét Ramsey and O.J. Simpson cases. Dr. Bell’s research has taken him to fifty states and seven continents, and his work has generated billions of dollars for his clients. Often a guest of the media, Dr. Bell has been profiled in the Wall Street Journal, People magazine, the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, CNN, World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer, Entertainment Tonight, EXTRA, ABC’s 20/20, and many others. Dr. Bell earned his PhD in Human and Organizational Systems from Fielding Graduate University and his MBA from UCLA. He is married and has four children. Dr. Bell grew up in Southern California and is an avid volunteer with various causes and a popular speaker across the globe.