LEAP! How to Think Like a Dolphin & Do the Next Right, Smart Thing Come Hell or High Water

In 9 highly instructional chapters and 8 inspirational profiles, veteran change expert Dudley Lynch explores the 21st century mindset needed for making the leap to the next level. Mr. Lynch's dolphinthinkers are stunningly different from carp, shark and not-quite-flying-fish thinkers. A visionary, energizing work, LEAP! is the sequel to his international best-seller, Strategy of the Dolphin. More

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About Dudley Lynch

As president of Brain Technologies Corporation of Gainesville, Florida, Dudley Lynch has personally trained nearly 1,000 thinking skills professionals in twenty-one countries in his techniques for helping individuals and organizations be better leapers.

He is the creator of cutting-edge self- and group-assessment instruments now being used in six languages. These include Asset Report, the Book of You and The BrainMap. And he is the co-creator (assisted by Dr. Paul L. Kordis and others) of several other assessment tools, including PathPrimer, MindMaker6 and The mCircle Instrument.

He was co-author (with Dr. Kordis) of one of Europe's best-selling business and self-growth books of the 1990s: Strategy of the Dolphin: Scoring a Win in a Chaotic World. He has led training events and lectured on six continents.

He has used his own thinking skills to create numerous public relations/public affairs strategy plans and documents for Fortune 1000 companies in partnership with major Texas public relations and crisis management firms.

He has written fourteen other books and hundreds of magzine articles for more than 225 periodicals on six continents, including cover articles in Business Week and by-lined articles in Fortune, Reader's Digest, The New York Times, The Economist and The Christian Science Monitor.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Eastern New Mexico University and a Master of Arts degree from The University of Texas at Austin. In 1994, Newport University of Newport Beach, Calif., awarded Mr. Lynch the title of Doctor Honoris Causa (Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters) for his contributions to understanding personal and group change processes.

To contact Mr. Lynch, e-mail him at dudley@braintechnologies.com or visit the BTC website at www. braintechnologies.com

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