All of us have a metaphorical bucket representing how we feel from moment to moment. But how do we keep that bucket full and keep ourselves brimming with positive energy that not only improves our own lives but the lives of others around us as well? In this live presentation, learn from Tom Rath how to:
Tom Rath is the Global Practice Leader for the Gallup Organization's hottest new innovation, the Clifton Strengths Finder, which has helped more than a million people around the world discover their top five strengths.
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Great speech! I've listened to it several times already...
Tom Rath offers real life - applicable - actionable techniques on how the little things we do and say every day, can change our world. This is a good reminder for all of us and a good habit to start in our children!
This is a short audio well-worth the listen. The message is positive and could be applied in life and businsess.
"Tom Rath is great again"
Tom Rath is great again. He's inspiring and offers valuable experience and research to support his stories and advice.
"Fill your bucket with positive people . . ."
How Full Is Your Bucket is a fantastic reminder to suround yourself with up lifting family and friends. if you can't turn negative friends into optomistics then move on . . .
Excellent read. In a nutshell, this quick read expound on the success that comes when business leaders, entry level employees., moms, dads, brothers sisters, etc docs on what could be
"Worth the listen.... Thanks!"
Good information for leaders... And good for individuals deciding who to follow and where to work. The author/narrator was authentic and brought information that is great for all of us to remember when dealing with others. I think we forget how important even the smallest of interactions are...
"Your bucket is how full?"
Heard it twice now v inspiring by the charming tom rath himself. Don't miss it Its life enhancing. Buy it soon
The book and its premise is very good, but I barely got ripped off, 45 minutes of audio for almost $10.
Not worth it!
"The bottom line is..."
Be a good finder instead of a fault finder to make life better in every instance-- starting with the next interaction!
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