"Keep Chopping Wood is a GAMECHANGER for any team or organization that is looking to take it to the next level"
KEEP CHOPPING WOOD
by Kevin DeShazo
We live in a drive thru culture. From the comfort of the driver’s seat in your car you can get dinner, money, dry cleaning, a car wash, medicine and more. When it comes to success, we have the same expectation of convenience. We want better results and we want them now. While everyone is looking for a shortcut or a lifehack to success, the best know that the work is the shortcut. The future you want to create is about the small, simple actions you take today. It requires belief in the vision, commitment to the process and the discipline to do the work. We all have talent, but do you have the discipline to become great? Keep Chopping Wood is a short story and field guide about what it takes for ordinary people to do live extraordinary lives.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Best-selling author of Leadership Interrupted: daily inspiration to become the leader you were meant to be, Kevin DeShazo is the Co-Founder of BETTER and founder of Fieldhouse Media. He is also a certified mental performance mastery coach, and a Partner with global leadership development firm GiANT. He writes a daily email for leaders that you can get here.
He works with sports leaders and teams around the country, helping them become better leaders and create healthier cultures. Kevin is a sought after speaker, having presented on over 400 campuses and is a regular presenter at conferences and conventions, including NACDA, CoSIDA, the NCAA Convention and the Collegiate Athletics Leadership Symposium.
Kevin is also the host of The Leadership Minute podcast and co-host of The Sports Leadership Podcast, and has been quoted on ESPN.com, The New York Times, USA Today, Forbes, Bleacher Report, Sports Business Journal and more.
Oklahoma City is home for Kevin along with his wife Megan and their three boys, Gabe, Noah and Asher.