Oct07

C.J. Hayden

C.J. Hayden

C.J. Hayden, author of "50 Ways Coaches Can Change The World"
 
"I think the Fork model addresses several aspects that are often omitted from
models for personal development, such as contributing to the larger whole, and the necessity of working in parallel on your own identity and contribution to others."

"Rudy, I skimmed through the chapter of The Fork you sent me, and I am very impressed with your approach. I think it addresses several aspects that are often omitted from models for personal development, such as contributing to the larger whole, and the necessity of working in parallel on your own identity and contribution to others. One of the problems with many self-growth models is their tendency to mire one in self-absorption, ignoring the essential role of authentic connection with other humans in becoming an evolved, authentic human oneself."