Bring Others on the Journey

If you’re ready to get started on the road to leadership growth, you’ll want to share the journey with your friends and colleagues. That’s what this page is all about.

I am honored that you want to be a part of the launch for Leadership and the Art of Struggle, and to say thank you, my team and I have created resources to make sharing about the book, as simple as possible.

Send a Tweet

Click on the word “Tweet” to easily share book quotes and links to our Amazon page:

  • (Tweet) Great #leaders use failure as a wake-up call. #ArtofStruggle by @Steven_J_Snyder http://bit.ly/ArtofStruggle
  • (Tweet) Fulfilling your potential as a #leader requires you to think differently about #leadership. @Steven_J_Snyder http://bit.ly/ArtofStruggle
  • (Tweet) Everyone is at their own unique stage in the #leadership continuum & in their mastery of the #ArtofStruggle. http://bit.ly/ArtofStruggle
  • (Tweet) Grounding Practice: Adopt a Growth Mindset #ArtofStruggle by @Steven_J_Snyder http://bit.ly/ArtofStruggle
  • (Tweet) The more self-aware you are the more capable you will be of adaptively channeling your behavior @Steven_J_Snyder http://bit.ly/ArtofStruggle
  • (Tweet) Summoning the courage and inspiration to stay in the dance is mandatory. #ArtofStruggle by @Steven_J_Snyder http://bit.ly/ArtofStruggle
  • (Tweet) Struggle Is Not a Four-Letter Word. Find #ArtofStruggle by @Steven_J_Snyder on Amazon: http://bit.ly/ArtofStruggle
  • (Tweet) Ready to #grow as a #leader? Pick up @Steven_J_Snyder’s new book, #ArtofStruggle, available on Amazon! http://bit.ly/ArtofStruggle
  • (Tweet) Have you ordered your copy of #ArtofStruggle yet? The new book by @Steven_J_Snyder is now available on Amazon! http://bit.ly/ArtofStruggle
  • (Tweet) #Leadership and the #ArtofStruggle, by @Steven_J_Snyder, is now available on Amazon – order your copy today! http://bit.ly/ArtofStruggle

Share Your Status

If you only have a minute, you can easily share the link to my book page on Amazon by clicking “Share It Now“. If you have a little more time, you can copy/paste any of these status updates to your Facebook or Google+ page.

  • The best leaders learn to sidestep unrealistic expectations by accepting who they are today and continually strive to be better tomorrow. To help you in your leadership journey, pick up a copy of “Leadership and the Art of Struggle” by Steven Snyder – available on Amazon. http://bit.ly/ArtofStruggle
  • In “Leadership and the Art of Struggle” (available on Amazon: http://bit.ly/ArtofStruggle), author Steven Snyder says, “Struggle is a natural part of leadership. It is often the struggle itself that unlocks the potential for greatest growth.”
  • “Instead of denying the struggle or feeling diminished by it, the best leaders learn to embrace it as an art to be mastered.” Something to think about from the new book by Steven Snyder, “Leadership and the Art of Struggle” – available on Amazon. http://bit.ly/ArtofStruggle
  • Have your ordered your copy of Steven Snyder’s new book? “Leadership and the Art of Struggle” is now available on Amazon – buy it today! http://bit.ly/ArtofStruggle

Other Ideas for Sharing

  • Leave a review on Amazon
  • Leave a review on Barnes & Noble
  • Leave a review on Goodreads
  • Write a book review on your blog (use the graphics we’ve shared below to make it visual).
  • Send an email to your team at work, and ask if any of them would like a copy of the book – then buy it for them. No strings attached.

Visualize the Journey

All you need to do is (1) Download the graphics below (2) Save to your computer (3)Attach to a message on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest or where ever you share your social media.

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About Steven Snyder: 

Steven SnyderSteven Snyder, Ph.D., is the founder of the Snyder Leadership Group, an organizational consulting firm. An innovator in thought leadership, Snyder has developed the breakthrough concepts introduced in Leadership and the Art of Struggle, based on years of leadership studies, intensive research, and data derived from extensive interviews with real-world executives from major corporations. He currently lives with his family in the Minneapolis area, where he remains actively engaged in philanthropy and community service.