Terry Warren: The Art of Choice

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ON BIG BLEND RADIO: Executive Coach Terry Warren discusses his new book “The Art of Choice: Making Changes that Count in Work and Life.” Watch here in the YouTube player or download/listen to the podcast on Spreaker, PodBean, SoundCloud.

 


“The Art of Choice: Making Changes that Count in Work and Life” (Books Fluent) is an informative and inspirational look at how we can make decisions that make a difference. Drawing on interviews with successful businesspeople and his own professional experience, executive coach Terry Warren shows us how using intentionality, commitment, and accountability can empower us to make positive and lasting life-changing choices.

Terry Warren is passionate about helping people employ intention and commitment to achieve what they may not have believed was possible. Using a collaborative and compassionate approach, “The Art of Choice” offers lessons from business leaders, along with keys for gaining perspective, experiencing clarity, and achieving results whether you are starting out in your career, facing a major life decision, or nearing retirement.

Central to Terry’s work and life are his confidence in human potential, his strong Christian faith, his commitment to family and community, and his appreciation of art. As an accomplished landscape painter, Terry has learned to see every situation from a variety of angles. Such broadening of perspective is just one of the skills you’ll acquire in “The Art of Choice.”

TERRY WARREN is an International Coaching Federation Associate Certified Coach with more than forty years of leadership experience in the financial services and healthcare industries. He has coached clients across a variety of industries, from sole proprietors to global company CEOs. In addition, Terry has served as the chair of several nonprofit boards and is past president of the International Coaching Federation–Tennessee. Terry can be reached through his website, https://warrenexecutivecoach.com

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