Book by Decorated Fighter Pilot Soars Up the New York Times and Wall Street Journal Best Seller Lists

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At a time when our country is sending more troops to Afghanistan, a book by a decorated fighter pilot hits both the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists and strikes a nerve by applying lessons of building trust and courage from the cockpit to our recession-weary workplaces at home.

Rob Waldo Waldman, author of NEVER FLY SOLO

“I’ve always wanted to share the important lessons I while flying in combat, how they can be applied to help improve one’s personal and professional life,” says Waldman.

Only one week after publication, the book NEVER FLY SOLO: Lead with Courage, Build Trusting Relationships and Reach New Heights in Business (McGraw-Hill; December 1, 2009; $24.95) hit both the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists. The author, Lt. Col. Rob "Waldo" Waldman, kicked off the launch with high profile interviews on CNN and several nationally syndicated radio shows. All advance profits from the book are being donated to Veteran’s charities.

“I’ve always wanted to share the important lessons I while flying in combat, how they can be applied to help improve one’s personal and professional life,” says Waldman. “I’m grateful that my book’s message of courage and trust is resonating and that people are seeking new ways to build more meaningful relationships in today’s highly volatile job market and demanding workplace.”

Whether you are a seasoned executive, entrepreneur, or new to the business world, creating a work environment based on mutual support and trust is crucial to success. NEVER FLY SOLO reveals how the same steadfast interdependence of wingmen in combat is necessary to transform relationships with colleagues, co-workers, and friends into interdependent partners for success.

At a time when our country is sending more troops to Afghanistan, NEVER FLY SOLO is a timely reminder of what we can learn from these brave men and women as we dodge our own missiles of fear and adversity at home.

http://www.neverflysolo.com

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