Stop Working and Start Playing! Learn how to unleash the creativity your team needs for instant innovation, a stronger culture, and a happier life!
In this business fable from Wall Street Journal and USA Today best-selling author, Jeff Rogers, we find a simple way to rekindle our lost sense of play…and use it at work. Meet Jerry Newcombe: a person who’s struggling with a work life balance that has him drowning in mediocrity. He’s tired, unfulfilled, and more than a little worried that he’ll never reach his full potential. An intriguing question from an unusual source forces Jerry onto the path of discovery on how to unleash his true creative potential!
For managers and team leaders or anyone looking to turn stressful situations into creative solutions, The Playmaker Mindset provides a powerful way of thinking that enables you to innovatively overcome challenges and bring out the best in yourself and your team. Stop working, Start playing, and learn how to win at life with The Playmaker Mindset!
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About the Author
Jeff Rogers is an award-winning creative director, actor, writer, director and executive producer and has spent the last 30 years producing original content for TV, theater, digital, and live audiences. as an Executive Producer, is a Professional MC, Cable TV Host, Amazon Best Selling Author, and sought after public speaker with years of experience engaging audiences. As one of the youngest performers to be hired at the renowned improvisational theater Second City, Jeff performed with Steve Carell from The Office, Stephen Colbert from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock star Tina Fey and many others. He was also a conservatory improv teacher and the live performance director for the first American Comedy Festival.
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