The Affinity Principle by Grant Ian Gamble

The Affinity Principle™ presents a formula for business success through a people-centric, mindful leadership approach. The Affinity Formula is simple: mindful leadership creates an incredible team performance, which leads to an awesome customer experience and that yields great financial results. 

The best-selling and award-winning book explores 12 Pillars and Levers of Leadership and Engagement designed to help leaders attract, retain, and optimize talent, and achieve Affinity.

The content resonates well with forward-thinking organizations’ leadership and cultural attributes, including my organization, UBC. The visuals and graphics are also compelling and align with how adults prefer to learn. The visuals help the reader retain the content by moving the information from short term memory to long-term memory–this is brilliant—awesome!

Randy Eppard, Ph.D. Ed in Adult Learning

Executive Director, UBC

This is a wonderful book.  This should be required reading for anyone who has an interest in personal development and leadership.  It’s much more than a one-time read.  It’s really a valuable resource on a wide variety of important themes that focus on developing yourself and others.  It’s a book that you’ll find yourself going back to over and over.  It has application to every industry.  The rich content and graphics make for an easy, fun read.  The short chapters are perfect for a world that has too much on its mind.  Grant has done a wonderful job in putting this together.  I can’t recommend this book highly enough.

Tom Perrin, Ph.D.

CEO, Perrin & Associates, Inc.

When you said you were sending me a book you authored, I assumed that it would be more of a very limited, self-published book based on a narrow set of personal business experiences. Instead, it is really a textbook. It is personal but full of business content. The graphics are terrific. It is really a compendium of great thinking. I even saw the Adizes model there for life cycles. You are an extremely well-read business book reader. But, then you synthesized them into themes. I have actually met several of your sources, which made it even more personal to me.

Rick Caro

CEO, Management Vision

PEOPLE FIRST, ALWAYS™

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The Affinity Principle™ presents a formula for business success through a people-centric, mindful leadership approach. The Affinity Formula is simple: mindful leadership creates an incredible team performance, which leads to an awesome customer experience and that yields great financial results. 

The best-selling and award-winning book explores 12 Pillars and Levers of Leadership and Engagement designed to help leaders attract, retain, and optimize talent, and achieve Affinity.

The content resonates well with forward-thinking organizations’ leadership and cultural attributes, including my organization, UBC. The visuals and graphics are also compelling and align with how adults prefer to learn, particularly right-brain learners. The visuals help the reader retain the content by moving the information from short term memory to long-term memory–this is brilliant—awesome!

Randy Eppard, PhD Ed in Adult Learning

Executive Director, UBC

When you said you were sending me a book you authored, I assumed that it would be more of a very limited, self-published book based on a narrow set of personal business experiences. Instead, it is really a textbook. It is personal but full of business content. The graphics are terrific. It is really a compendium of great thinking. I even saw the Adizes model there for life cycles. You are an extremely well-read business book reader. But, then you synthesized them into themes. I have actually met several of your sources, which made it even more personal to me.

Rick Caro

CEO, Management Vision

This is a wonderful book.  This should be required reading for anyone who has an interest in personal development and leadership.  It’s much more than a one-time read.  It’s really a valuable resource on a wide variety of important themes that focus on developing yourself and others.  It’s a book that you’ll find yourself going back to over and over.  It has application to every industry.  The rich content and graphics make for an easy, fun read.  The short chapters are perfect for a world that has too much on its mind.  Grant has done a wonderful job in putting this together.  I can’t recommend this book highly enough.

Tom Perrin, Ph.D.

CEO, Perrin & Associates, Inc.

PEOPLE FIRST, ALWAYS™

#mindfulleadership
Grant Ian Gamble | 12 Pillars and Levers of Mindful Leadership
#peoplefirstalways
About the Author

Grant Ian Gamble

Grant is a consciously responsible thought leader with over 35 years of experience growing successful wellness companies and brands across multiple industries. 

His formula for business success is simple: he believes that great leadership and vision inspires great team performance, which creates a great customer experience, which leads to long-term financial success. 

The pillars of Grant’s message are integrity, authenticity, constant evolution, and maintaining an abundance mentality. He attributes his many business successes to his people-first approach, which has made him a respected leader of innumerable organizations over the years.

Grant’s expertise includes wellness start-up development, business growth and evolution, and resurrection of businesses that are struggling. Grant is a model for work-life balance, inspiring his teams and clients to take control of their family and business life in order to live happy, healthy, balanced, and fulfilled lives.

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As we adjust our perceptions of what work looks like post COVID, there exists a gulf between what was and what will be when it comes to office geography. Companies have already begun divesting themselves of offices and buildings they formally saw as essential in order to house their workforce. Conference rooms lie dormant and have been replaced by Zoom calls. The office phone system has similarly been replaced by cell phones, text messages and FaceTime.

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As with many things, getting great sleep can be a process.

The first step in this process is truly understanding, and appreciating, the importance of sleep to our health and emotional wellbeing.

How to Achieve the Ultimate State of Wellness

How to Achieve the Ultimate State of Wellness

That title should raise some red flags for you immediately.

I mean, who can predict what it would take to achieve the ultimate state of wellness for any individual?

There are commonly held beliefs, a great deal of science and a plethora of information available on the achievement of aspects of wellness, but “The Ultimate State of Wellness”? That’s a very individual and ethereal thing.

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