Hometown Author to Visit Library Next Month

David Friedman's new book offers life lessons.

Moorestown author David J. Friedman will discuss and sign copies of his new book Fundamentally Different at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, at the .

In addition to being a writer and frequent speaker on organizational culture, leadership and values, Friedman is the former president of RSI, an award-winning employee benefits brokerage and consulting firm. Known for his compelling logic and easy-to-understand style, Friedman shares the most important insights he learned during his 27-year career leading one of the most successful companies in his industry.

But Friedman’s “Fundamentals” aren’t just about business.

He says of the book, “Whether you lead an organization, lead a family, or simply lead a life, it’s my hope that these Fundamentals will find their way into your daily routines and that this book will inspire you to live your life in a way that’s more consistent with the values that are most important to you.”

The book is designed to give insight into:

  • The eight key steps the most successful companies use to institutionalize their values
  • Why listening can actually have more impact than speaking
  • What a “filter” is and how it affects everything we believe to be true
  • The five components of good decisions
  • The role of curiosity in increasing effectiveness
  • Why “rebar” is the key to creating lasting change

Readers have called Fundamentally Different “a fun and thought-provoking read” and “an excellent guide for living a life, not just running a business.”

More information on David J. Friedman, his “30 Fundamentals” and the book, Fundamentally Different, can be found at DJFriedman.com.

David Friedman September 23, 2011 at 12:52 PM
Note that the date should read "Wednesday, October 5th."
Moorestown Library September 23, 2011 at 04:10 PM
David, a Patch reader has emailed the library asking if you attended Moorestown schools. Could you comment on that?
David Friedman September 23, 2011 at 04:17 PM
Yes, I graduated Moorestown High School in 1979.


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