ABOUT STORY

“My desire is to inspire you to co-author your life’s narrative alongside your creator and the people in your life, to allow reflection and application to reshape your character and your leadership.” – Jim Piper, Jr.

This compelling book by leadership coach, consultant, and podcast host Jim Piper, Jr., will help you better understand and articulate your story while using it to impact other people’s lives. When you examine your story, the “good, the bad, and the ugly,” you’ll gain new perspectives, become more self-aware, and lead yourself more effectively. You’ll relate to others more intentionally and, as a result, become a better person and a better leader. Piper’s inspirational words are reinforced by sound theology, logic, empathy, and personal experience. He borrows from his own stories and the stories of people he’s worked for and with to exponentially improve your leadership skills!

Jim Piper, Jr. is a friend and advisor to leaders, the founder of the Lead Today Community, and the host of the Today Counts Show podcast. His clients include entrepreneurs, corporate leaders, athletes, coaches, non-profit leaders, and lead pastors. Most importantly, he is a man of faith and family.

STORY

Contents

PART I: CHILDHOOD STORIES THAT SHAPE US

PART II: THE PEOPLE THAT SHAPE US

PART III: LEADERSHIP STORIES THAT SHAPE US

Learn The Secret To Your Story

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Jim Piper is interviewed by guest host, Winston Harris about his new book, “Story: The Art of Learning From Your Past”. Jim explains that in his opinion God “co-authors” our life story. The key is to properly interpret the story that God is laying out for us. The book is not so much about looking back on our lives but more about taking an inventory to help us become better people and better leaders.

Jim explains that the style of the book is not an instruction manual for life and leadership. His approach to coaching is more about learning a person’s story and helping them learn from it or telling a relatable story. What’s good that can be a building block to better things? What are the weaknesses or old wounds that need to be addressed to make way for improvement? Reading the book is like hearing Jim tell stories that illustrate life’s journey. It’s not always happy endings and good feelings. As Jim would say, “It’s about the good, the bad, and the ugly”. Make Jim’s book the next addition to your personal library. Learn something new today!

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