Incorporating Native American Wisdom into Modern Day Business

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Barbara Wittmann's new book translates ancient truths from the natural world into corporate success

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Using the relationship between a chief and his tribe as a metaphor, Wittmann demonstrates how to lead with wisdom on a modern path toward a healthy, powerful company.

We live in a world where most of our time is spent at work. Are we using it wisely?

In 2010 accomplished business owner and leadership coach Wittmann went on her first vision quest, where she realized what is missing from the corporate world: a merging of people and nature. Soon after, she began integrating old teachings from Native American culture into her businesses, which flourished.

The result is her new guide, “Meetings in Moccasins,” which translates Native American wisdom into modern-world, sustainable success for both individuals and corporations. Using the relationship between a chief and his tribe as a metaphor, Wittmann demonstrates how to lead with wisdom on a modern path toward a healthy, powerful company.

“Meetings in Moccasins” will help CEOS, team leaders and employees alike harness the inner fire that will drive them, and their companies, forward. Readers will learn how to use tools of the past for a more balanced personal and professional life.

“My greatest teacher is and has always been nature – I felt it was necessary to transfer the things I was learning from nature into the modern business world,” Wittmann said. “Today, we need nothing more than naturalness.”

For more information visit http://www.barbarawittmann.de/index.php/en/
For the book trailer visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WhxVfkYSUw

“Meetings in Moccasins” by Barbara Wittmann
Hardcover, $35.95
Paperback, $17.99
e-Book, $4.99
ISBN: 978-1-50433-323-8
Available at amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and bookstore.balboapress.com

About the author
Barbara Wittmann is an IT consultant, leadership coach and a passionate entrepreneur. Her quest for healthy concepts of leadership and growth brought her into the wilderness, where she explored the ancient wisdom of Native American cultures. She integrates their values and rituals, which are still relevant and livable today, into her everyday business life with great success. She lives in Munich, Germany, and frequently travels to wild and untouched places in the US.

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