Why Research Makes for a Better Book (and makes you a better Expert) with Ron Carucci

Do you know why doing extensive research is essential for any story you are writing? Discover the answers in this episode with Ron Carucci and learn valuable firsthand experiences in book writing and publishing. Equip yourself with the knowledge and skills to write great books now!


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Key Takeaways from This Episode

  • Research: Definition and examples
  • Why is evidence substantial in proving research theories?
  • The influence of books on individuals
  • Understanding constructive criticism
  • Writing a book: the process, the difficulties, and the rewards


Resources Mentioned in This Episode

The Value-Creating Consultant by Ron Carucci


About Ron Carucci

Ron is co-founder and managing partner at Navalent, working with CEOs and executives pursuing transformational change for their organizations, leaders, and industries. He has a thirty-year track record of helping executives tackle strategy, organization, and leadership challenges from start-ups to Fortune 10’s, non-profits to heads-of-state, turnarounds to new markets and systems, overhauling leadership and culture to re-designing for growth. He has helped organizations articulate strategies that lead to accelerated growth and design organizations that can execute those strategies. He has worked in more than 25 countries on four continents. He is the author of 9 books, including the Amazon #1 Rising to Power and the recently released, To Be Honest: Lead with the Power of Truth, Justice & Purpose. He is a popular contributor to the Harvard Business Review, where Navalent’s work on leadership was named one of 2016’s management ideas that mattered most. He is also a regular contributor to Forbes and a two-time TEDx speaker. His work’s been featured in Fortune, CEO Magazine, Inc., BusinessInsider, MSNBC, Business Week, Inc., Fast Company, Smart Business, and thought leaders.

He lives in the New York City area with his wife. On weekends, you’ll find him on his bike, on the tennis court, on his skis, at the movies, or cheering for the Seattle Seahawks. His greatest joy is seeing leaders thrive by impacting the lives of those they lead.  Helping leaders find their voice and use it to serve their organization’s greater good is what gets them up every morning. Ron has a collection of antique doorknobs, door knockers, and skeleton keys in his office.  Every day, they remind him that life is about finding and pursuing the open doors in front of you and making sure those doors open for others. One of his favorite routines in the morning is picking a coffee mug in the conference room among his collection.  Each mug hails from a different experience and person in his life and helps him begin his day by remembering to be grateful for all those in his life who’s been part of his story. 


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