Cowboy Values: Recapturing What America Once Stood For

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Rowman & Littlefield, May 13, 2008 - Self-Help - 112 pages
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Jim Owen leads a massively successful seminar that is in huge demand by financial groups, teachers’ organizations, and professional associations. His first book, Cowboy Ethics, has sold more than 60,000 copies in two years. Now Owen continues his nonpartisan message, offering the legacy of the cowboy as a model of accessible, positive qualities that all can agree on, regardless of religion or political persuasion.

This new book explains the enduring values he observed in cowboys, ones that can lead us to personal and professional fulfillment: a “can-do” spirit, authenticity, courage, strength of character, humbleness, chivalry, and heart. Accompanied by striking full-color photos, this motivational guide is the only book of its kind, and it will inspire readers from all walks of life in the tradition of best sellers such as Fish!, Good to Great, and Think and Grow Rich.

  

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Review: Cowboy Values: Recapturing What America Once Stood For

User Review  - Clark Isaacs - Goodreads

Living the code of the Cowboy in today's society brings back the hope for a better place where we can recapture what America once stood for. James Owen has been lecturing for several years on the ... Read full review

Review: Cowboy Values: Recapturing What America Once Stood For

User Review  - Robynne - Goodreads

Like Cowboy Ethics: What Wall Street can Learn from the Code of the West, this book provides stunning photographs to accompany its text. Building on the Code of the West, here Own offers "seven core ... Read full review

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James P. Owen is a forty-year veteran of Wall Street and is also the Founder and CIO of the Center for Cowboy Ethics and Leadership. He is the bestselling author of Cowboy Ethics: What Wall Street Can Learn from the Code of the West, Cowboy Values: Recapturing What America Once Stood For, The Prudent Investor, and The Try.

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