After the roaring success of her Chinese book which is in its 4th printing, Datuk Stella Chin is back with the English edition of The Art of Position: Change Your Life by Changing Your Position.
The book was launched in the presence of her fans during an intimate sharing session at the Popular Book Store, IPC Shopping Centre on 9 November 2019.
According to Stella, "The Chinese character for the word Position is written as 位, a combination of Human (人) and Stand (立). This character blend can be interpreted as a “stand that dominates a person’s action”. Hence, this is the core or principle of her new book. This book provides Datuk Stella Chin’s unique insights into leadership, communication, ideas, innovations, views and organizational skills.
In a team, everyone has their own position. If you want to be in a better position, you have to work harder; if you want to change your position, you have to change your mindset; and if you want to be in a better position next year, you have to start investing in yourself now. Your ambition has to be supported with new skills, improvements and talents.
The business world has become more competitive than ever, and people have higher expectations of corporations and individuals. Hence, it is important to strive for excellence in everything we do.
Datuk Stella Chin has achieved a balanced life of excellence and happiness, and she is sharing her secrets with the world. This book is a must-read for junior and mid-level administrative and managerial staff.
Whether you are from a business or non-business background, as long as your work involves organizational operations, this book will benefit and give great improvement from the knowledge shared by Datuk Stella Chin.
“To become a distinguished worker, you have to understand that excellence starts with you and it begins from within. To become an excellent manager, you have to think outside the box and lead the team to charge forward towards a goal.” – Datuk Stella Chin.
The Art of Position: Change Your Life by Changing Your Position Now is available at major bookstores with only at RM55.