Ping: A Frog in Search of a New Pond

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Newmarket Press, 2005 - Business & Economics - 90 pages
In the tradition of Who Moved My Cheese? here is a parable about change, overcoming obstacles, and making a leap of faith.

This simple, inspirational tale follows the journey of Ping, a frog in search of a new pond, preferably one good for long-distance jumping. Along the way he meets Owl, an insightful teacher who shares his wisdom, encouraging Ping to take an inner journey before pursuing his goal. Not everything goes as planned, but Ping learns how to "go with the flow, because the flow knows where to go."

Ping represents everybody who has encountered a setback, needs to take a risk, or is struggling with the challenges of change—that is to say, he is all of us. Owl is the mentor who helps him find meaning and leap to new heights. The adventure they embark on together is both engaging and revealing.

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PING, A Frog in Search of a New Pond was a charming book. Short, quick read, it tells about Ping, a frog who wants more for his life, but lacks the confidence to try. We all need to have more faith in ... Read full review

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Prologue
9
Leap of Faith
13
Wise Eyes
23
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Stuart Avery Gold is the former chief operating officer of The Republic of Tea, and coauthor of the books Success at Life, Dragon Spirit, Tiger Heart, Tiger Mind, Wowisms, and The Zentrepreneur's Idea Log and Workbook. He now runs TargetWOW, a brand transformation company, and consults with corporations and entrepreneurs on branding and start-ups. He lives in Boca Raton, Florida.

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