“Let Me Draw You a Picture” is a learning and reference tool. Its purpose is to provide the reader with a one-page “picture” of a solution to an everyday important issue faced by many of us in the course of “doing business”. As the saying goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words” was one of the motivating factors behind the creation of this tool.
The “pictures” are practical and relevant since they have all been developed from either my own career experiences or from my work with my coaching clients helping them to find the right solutions to their daily business challenges. They are concise and offer an efficient way to communicate an idea, process or solution.
The book has been designed to be an ongoing valuable learning and reference tool for business leaders, entrepreneurs, CEOs and C-Suite executives who all work in a world where speed is a critical element to achieve a competitive advantage leading to success. The book has also been designed to serve as a quick reference tool.
Chris’s book, Let Me Paint You A Picture to Achieve Business Success is the perfect resource for all entrepreneurs and managers. I have used the book as a guide for management meetings and for staff training sessions. Chris’s methods are impactful, easy to follow and help in training your team with visual lessons. Excellent resource! – Yolanda Harris, President, The keynote Group
Here’s what Readers have said about the book on Amazon
Jim Serger – “Getting the Right Things Done!”
Start with the end in mind–Coach takes that concept and builds a winning step by step process to show how to build success. All 3 of his past books are terrific, this one builds on those three and narrows down the elements needed and not needed to achieve success. One I like-learn to say “NO”–this volume can enhance a teams productivity and lead an individual to higher outcomes.
Cliff Moore – “Complicated Management Skills Simplified!”
I received my book in the mail yesterday and was able to read it in less then an hour. It was one of the most productive learning hours I’ve had in my life. As Chris says and we have all heard it before – “A picture is worth 1,000 words.” As an hands on entrepeneur of multiple enterprises I have very little time to actually sit and read another personal development book but this one was different! It’s simple, concise, very well organised and what I consider a complete and effective motivation and management reference tool in 101 pages. Imagine that! I’m going to use the book for a training and reference guide for my managers and employees.
I just order some additional copies for gifts, my managers and key team members. Page 80 of the book talks about “Procrastination” and it gives 6 steps to over come it. What are you waiting for … I strongly recommend you order this book now.
Jackeline Fuertes – “If you are looking to improve your business and professional outcome and achieve new levels of success, this book is for you.”
Chris Ruisi, Executive Coach, Leadership Expert, Professional Speaker, Mentor and the Author of “Step Up and Play” series has done it again. “Let Me Draw You A Picture” hits the mark whether you are looking for a guidebook on leadership or answers on how to improve your business organization. “ Let Me Draw You a Picture” does it uniquely by providing a one-page “picture” of solutions to everyday business challenges. As an entrepreneur, professor, and director of a business development organization, finding a gem like this to provide others is part of my job. I rate this book an A+ learning guide and reference tool and highly recommend it to my colleagues, clients, and team members. This well-written easy to read book provides practical advice that can be utilized immediately without having to dive deep into the theories of leadership and business management. If you are looking to improve your business and professional outcome and achieve new levels of success, this book is for you.