I just read a book by Rubi Ho called The Thrival Guide to Work and Life. Briefly, Rubi Ho is an expert at organizational change and an Executive Business Coach. His talents are especially valuable in this day and age when corporations everywhere are looking at change or overhauls due to the pandemic.
Along with sharing many achievable tips, his book paints an abstract of his early childhood as an orphan and how he became a successful business person working with Fortune 500 companies and living a fulfilling life. The tools he used to become successful endorses the idea that education is not always the key ingredient for a thriving life.
The biggest takeaway for me was Rubi Ho’s assurance that limitation, lack of resources and challenge early in life often lays the foundation for learning critical thinking skills and problem solving which can be greatly used to one’s advantage. Knowing oneself and using ones own innate gifts and lessons learned through real life experience leads to thrival. Quang Ho, his brother, a world renown artist is sited as an excellent example of someone who followed his heart for art even though he knew the big challenges he’d face trying to rise to an elite level of accomplishment.
The book is so filled with strategies for both personal and professional achievement that it is best read in it’s entirety.
Rubi Ho, best wishes to you for thrival in your publishing endeavors. You have much of value to share.