Working Out Loud

Working Out Loud

An all-new edition of the groundbreaking book that sparked the Working Out Loud movement, now in hundreds of companies and 60+ countries worldwide. Working Out Loud is a wildly popular, proven approach for personal and professional transformation that guides you to set goals and build relationships to help you achieve them. Thousands of groups have embraced the Working Out Loud method (now in more than 10 languages) and experienced how it opens them up to new people and new possibilities. The Working Out Loud approach emphasizes generosity and connection. You learn how to reach and engage people, how to experiment and deal with setbacks, and how to make yourself and your work more visible. Working Out Loud the book walks you through a twelve-week mastery program to put the approach into practice yourself and turn that practice into a sustainable habit. It's a life-changing practice that has brought the joy of accomplishment and connection to those who have adopted it.

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