Eric C. Sinoway




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Eric C. Sinoway

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I am the President & Co-Founder of Axcess Worldwide, a partnership development company that creates inspired ideas and connects extraordinary brands and people. As an entrepreneur, I am involved in interesting and challenging projects. I am the author of Howard’s Gift: Uncommon Wisdom to Inspire Your Life’s Work, a book I wrote in cooperation with iconic Harvard Business School professor, Howard H. Stevenson, which was released by St. Martin’s Press in October, 2012. Howard’s Gift is an Amazon Best Seller, and has been translated into Korean, Mandarin, and Japanese.

My professional experience has entailed leadership positions in the private, non-profit, and academic sectors. I have had the privilege of working with some of the world’s le
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“Howard [Stevenson] smiled impishly, as if he'd lured me into a trap on the chessboard—a trap he now sprung. “Ah, yes, all his social activities, his community engagement, his golf… On the surface, sure, his life looks well-rounded—three dimensional, if you will. But I’d be willing to bet a platterful of roast beef sandwiches that his life was in fact, ‘pseudo three-D’...[A]ll of if was—whether he knew it or not—part of his strategy for pursuing financial success, not distinct elements of a well-rounded life. An extension of one dimension that appears to be multifaceted—three dimensional—but really isn’t, Pseudo three-D.”
Eric C. Sinoway, Howard's Gift: Uncommon Wisdom to Inspire Your Life's Work

“Juggling and balancing effectively required that we make clear, legacy-driven choices about what we're trying to keep in the air and how we sequence our movements down the beam. Because the ultimate grade in life is not based on how far and fast we've walked the beam or how many things we’ve juggled—it’s based on how much we've enjoyed the exercise.”
Eric C. Sinoway, Howard's Gift: Uncommon Wisdom to Inspire Your Life's Work

“He continued with a laugh, "And for highly motivated people, there are few more frustrating situations than realizing that the goals you've set will require a shift in the basic laws of time and space.”
Eric C. Sinoway, Howard's Gift: Uncommon Wisdom to Inspire Your Life's Work




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