50 WAYS TO FULFILL YOUR POTENTIAL IN WORK AND LIFE
BE AS EXCELLENT AS YOU CAN BE
Kevin Duncan is the UK’s best-selling business author. He has diligently drawn together 50 thoughts to improve your attitude, your approach to life and work, the questions you ask, the decisions you make, and even your timing.
We can all be better in every aspect of our lives. The Excellence Book is a life-affirming handbook to help you be the best you can be – whoever and wherever you are.
The 5th anniversary edition is out now. For this edition, Kevin has teamed up with his daughter Rosie to add a cross-generational perspective.
It’s available in paperback and hardback.
This new material will be an invaluable source of positive motivation and a vital aid to mental health.
READ PART ONE
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PRAISE FOR THE EXCELLENCE BOOK
“A treasure trove of laser-bright insights—not the least of which come from Duncan himself.”
Marty Neumeier, author of Zag and The Brand Gap
“In an era of fake news, post truth and mindfulness, Kevin delivers bite size chunks that get to the nub of matters quickly. We need to continually reassess ourselves and our views rather than rely on group think or ‘That’s how I’ve always done it’. A breath of fresh air.”
Ian Mason, Relationship Director, NatWest Technology and Media Team
“Incisive, intuitive, & instructive. Punchy portions of smart thinking to inspire us all to be better.”
Paul Davies, Marketing Director, Microsoft
“Wonderful, concrete, useful advice delivered in a manner that takes concision to a new level and is sure to appeal to busy executives.”
Euan Semple, ex-BBC, and author of Organizations Don’t Tweet, People Do
“No-one does ‘bite-size’ like Kevin. His morsels are meaty, richly flavoursome and deeply satisfying. Your intellectual taste buds will sigh with pleasure.”
Richard Swaab, Deputy Chairman BBDO EMEA
“Duncan’s premise is that there is value in critical thought as a precursor to action. He has sought examples of excellence from an unlikely collection of people who demonstrated it in thought or deed. It’s a small totem of home, a North Star, for lost souls.”
Rob Norman, Chief Digital Officer, Group M