Chad Robert Stewart "Five Great Principles for Life"
Today my guest is Chad Robert Steward, who is an international management consultant, global strategist, best selling author, prominent speaker and philanthropist. His new book, “The Five Great Principles of Life” has become a national bestseller, and today we’re going to talk about what inspired him to write the book and what we can learn from reading it!
Chad Robert Stewart is an international management consultant, global strategist, bestselling author, prominent speaker, and philanthropist. Founder of the prestigious Britfield Group and global strategist for Wolf Management Consultants, Chad’s primary areas of focus are: executive & international strategy, marketing & business development, and management leadership & training.
Chad specializes in helping companies and corporations maximize their value, efficiency, productivity, and profitability. Chad received his BA from Brown University, did his post-graduate work at Harvard & Oxford University, MBA from Boston College, and continued advanced courses at the Institute of Directors, London. Before becoming a full-time business consultant, Chad worked at Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, and Merrill Lynch. Some of the companies he has worked with are American Management Association, Cisco Systems, Moen, Nissan North America, PepsiCo, Pratt-Whitney, Royal Bank of Scotland, and Wells Fargo, along with many other Fortune 500 companies and corporations.
Chad’s new bestselling book, The Five Great Principles for Life, published by Pelican, is now available at Barnes & Noble, Indigo Books & Music, and leading bookstores throughout the U.S, along with Amazon.com. Follow Chad on Twitter @The5Principles & check out The Five Great Principles for Life Facebook page.
About Paul Boynton:
In addition to over 35 years in the health care, human services and nonprofit world, Mr. Boynton has served on numerous boards in New Hampshire in leadership roles, including Pastoral Counseling Services, Special Olympics NH and the New England Heart Institute. He currently serves on the boards of Catholic Medical Center and The Bedford Ambulatory Surgical Center.
He received his B.A. in Social Work from the University of New Hampshire and his M.A. in Counseling from Goddard College.
Mr. Boynton is the author of the motivational book Begin with Yes, hosts the TV Show Begin with Yes, and writes the column, Begin with Yes in the Workplace. He is currently using his book to help unemployed and underemployed people in New Hampshire and nationwide, offering free downloads of his book in an effort to communicate that when developing an effective job search strategy, positive attitude plus positive action leads to a positive result.
Mr. Boynton’s philosophy on life - reach out a hand to help someone, because as you do, there’s always someone ahead holding out a hand for you.