How to be an MVP in LIFE
One of the fun things about being involved in the community is the opportunity to meet new people. Sometimes, meeting new people leads to new opportunities. Most of the time, those meetings turn into friendships of varying degrees.
One person I met at an event is David Lundell (b | t). We had an opportunity to sit down and get to know each other just a little bit. Then we ran into each other at a few more events – funny how that happens. We have a lot in common such as our mindset toward community and being involved in many different ways (coaching sports, scouting, speakings, writing, tech, MVP etc).
After meeting David, I had the opportunity to participate in one of his projects. David was looking to write a book about the MVP mindset and character. Well, the book is now finished! You can find this book on Amazon – here!
David put a lot of work and effort into this book. Not only does he interview Microsoft MVPs, but there is also an interview with the 2016 World Series MVP Ben Zobrist. He strives, in this book, to illustrate the MVP character and how that character is something that helps to build up a team. An MVP may receive a lot of recognition, but usually that recognition also includes higher achievement for the team and more recognition for the team overall.
This book will help you learn how to elevate yourself and your team as you uncover some of the traits related to those MVPs in life, sports, or even work. This book is not just about how to be an MVP for Microsoft, but rather how to elevate yourself or your team to a higher standard in life. Check it out and bring a whole new attitude to how you balance your life and efforts.
Just for techies right?
While the book is predominantly comprised of experiences and interviews from Microsoft MVPs, don’t be fooled into thinking this is a tech book or that it is just for the IT crowd. This book also contains stories and interviews from sports MVPs as well.
Combining the geek crowd and the sports crowd into one book that can relate to all is quite a feat. Those two groups are at pretty disparate ends of the spectrum if you recall your school days at all.
When it comes to characteristics of an MVP, the two groups (geek and jock) are no longer at the opposite ends of the spectrum. Rather, they are very similar in nature which makes this such a great tool to help relate to many teams of different types. Business leaders, youth leaders, coaches, and the it crowd can all benefit from reading this book. The book is just under 200 pages and is available in e-book format on Amazon right now!