Anybody can offer advice; for real, lasting change, however, nothing offers proven insights like science. Dr. Randall Bell examines groundbreaking research from human sociology and economics in his latest book, Rich Habits Rich Life: The Four Cornerstones of All Great Pursuits (Leadership Institute Press).
The culmination of Bell’s diligent search to discover why some succeed and others fail, Rich Habits Rich Life asks: are there fundamental differences or traits that set successful people apart? What makes a winning strategy or leads to disaster or collapse?
Dr. Bell’s work on high profile disasters ranging from the World Trade Center and Chernobyl to Hurricane Katrina provides a unique perspective on human behavior. Then, including more than 5,000 people around the nation and from every walk of life, from moms to millionaires, Bell seeks out the foundational elements of success common to us all. He identifies a definite link between daily habits and various measures of success.
In a practical, fun style, Bell helps readers pinpoint their own personal definition of happiness. Whether it’s professional acclaim, interpersonal relationships or mastery of a skill, there are simple and identifiable steps we can take to make success come our way. These insights into behaviors that lead to prosperity are the result of 25 years of research.
Randall Bell earned his PhD in Human and Organizational Systems from Fielding Graduate University and his MBA from UCLA. A socio-economist and the CEO of Landmark Research Group, LLC, Bell is a popular speaker, internationally recognized for his expertise. Everyone from the Wall Street Journal to People Magazine has followed his disaster research which has taken him to 50 states and 7 continents. He has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, PEOPLE magazine, The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, CNN, and every national television network. A self-proclaimed lousy golfer, Dr. Bell directs his passion towards volunteer work and writing on the topic of the thriving mindset. He lives in Los Angeles, CA, with his wife and four children.
For more information, please visit: www.richhabits.com.
Rich Habits Rich Life: The Four Cornerstones of All Great Pursuits
By Dr. Randall Bell
Publisher: Leadership Institute Press
Stephen M. R. Covey, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Speed of Trust and Co-author of Smart Trust: “I thoroughly enjoyed reading this wonderful book because it brought to mind something my father, the late Dr. Stephen R. Covey, would often say: “Peace of mind comes when your life is in harmony with enduring principles and values and in no other way.” Rich Habits Rich Life does exactly that. Based on the Four Cornerstones of “Me We Do Be,” Bell brilliantly reveals how cultivating the right “habits” can not only enrich and improve your life and give you peace of mind, but doing so can save you from the destructiveness, dissatisfaction and danger of a life floundering to and fro–like a ship without a rudder. Backed by research and highly practical, this book is tremendously relevant today!”
Steve Alten – New York Times Bestselling Author: “Eye-opening … Randall Bell’s [book] is as inspiring as Napoleon Hill’s classic Think & Grow Rich.”
Donald T. Phillips – Bestselling Author, Lincoln On Leadership: “From the homeless to the billionaires, Rich Habits Rich Life helps us all understand the true meaning of success and how to attain it in our own lives. This book is creative, beautifully written, and based on solid scientific and personal research. Pick up a copy. It’s a winner.”
Dr. Piero Ferrucci – Bestselling Author, The Power of Kindness: “Our life is made up mostly of our habits. Therefore we’d better choose them mindfully and cultivate them wisely. In this brilliant book Randall Bell picks for us the (demonstrably) most beneficial habits in all domains of life – from inner to social to environmental to financial. I couldn’t put the book down.”
Bob Proctor – Bestselling Author, You Were Born Rich: “Rich Habits shows how the little things we do can have a dramatic impact on our quality of life; it’s that one small adjustment that can make the difference between winning and losing. Read, learn and act on the great information provided in this book.”
William R. Forstchen – New York Times Bestselling Author: “Dr. Bell, with his fascinating graduate and professional training in both Sociology & Economics has a unique perspective on the internal and external driving forces that create success or failure in our lives . . . and our culture. The opening of his book automatically captured my attention with the promise of drawing links between many of the seminal events that have shaken our nation in recent years and thus offering the potential of providing some answers as to “WHY?” which he does with consummate skill. This is a work we should all take a look at, both in terms of our personal lives but in a broader sense, the potentially dangerous trajectory our nation is on as well and how to change that course.”