New Free Audio Book Discloses Secrets to Being a World-Changer

New Free Audio Book Discloses Secrets to Being a World-Changer

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In IEEE-USA’s newest free audio book, Secrets to Being a World-Changer—Part 1: The Being of Leadership, authors Jonathan Chew and Leo Szeto offer listeners “a handy dandy guide that will give you the secrets to being a world-changer. Part 1 of this two-part series is only the beginning of the journey.  Chew and Szeto offer these books to keep with you, when in need of a quick refresher on some enlightening mindsets and paradigms, examples of courage and hope, or little jingles to keep you going.  The authors aim to lift us up on our down days – and inspire us on our good days.

Chew and Szeto appeal to listeners to begin the journey by asking ourselves what influence we want to have on, and what value we want to bring to, the world. Part 1, the first audio book in the series, deals with the larger picture—both physically and metaphorically—of how we should think, while being a world-changer.

The authors developed these books for people of all disciplines, “from any background under the sun,” who want to create change in the world. The books are for anyone who wants to discover, unveil, or disrupt what already exists—and introduce it to the world in a different light.

They offer such tools as the Circles of VICtory—representing the principles of being a world-changer—to interconnect all the material.  Chew and Szeto also present other tools, puzzles and exercises to inspire listeners in their vision, imagination and creativity.

This book is deep and philosophical, and it offers much food for thought–the central question is:  What is your reason for being?

Download your free audio book in mp3 today, by right-clicking here.

The companion e-book is available for purchase and download, as a print reference at: The price is $2.99 for members and $4.99 for non-members.

Georgia C. Stelluto is IEEE-USA’s Publishing Manager; Manager/Editor of IEEE-USA E-BOOKS; Co-Editor of IEEE-USA ConferenceBrief; and Department Editor of InFocus for IEEE-USA InSight.

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