The Whole is Greater Than the Sum of Its' Parts
About the Book
Why are "10,10,10" and "The Secret" only pieces of the puzzle? Why have Kirstie and Oprah struggled with weight loss? Look at the whole puzzle and find the answers to these questions and more. There is a relationship between personality and performance for the individual as well as for an organization. Personality is the sum of all beliefs that an individual holds about themselves and manifest in their performance. The beliefs that people hold about themselves determine where those people are and why, just as the beliefs that an organization holds about their organizational community determine how that organization performs and why. If we understand the elements of personality, or organizational behavior, we can take control of those elements and change the personality and/or the organization. This book will introduce you to those elements and a system that combines them so that the user can intentionally cause change in the direction that they choose. The system illuminated in these pages will not only apply to personal and organizational change, but may be applied to environmental changes as well.
About the Author
Ralph A. Morgan was born in Newton, NJ, in 1950. Raised by a blacksmith and a stay-at-home mom, he grew to excel in both the classroom and sports, earning an appointment to the US Coast Guard Academy after captaining his high school football team and having a successful high school wrestling experience. While at the Academy, he excelled in wrestling, but chose to leave the Academy and enter the US Army, where he became a Special Forces sergeant. After serving a tour in Viet Nam, during which he was cited for valor with the Silver Star, he graduated from Glassboro State College with a BA in psychology. Thirty years in the Criminal Justice profession saw every position from probation through prison and parole, while parenting and coaching rounded out the experience that contributed to this work. He has now completed his Masters in Psychology and is a Doctoral candidate in Performance Psychology at Grand Canyon University.