Press Release: The 3 Gaps

Elizabeth  McKellar Posted by Elizabeth McKellar, Production Assistant, Berrett-Koehler Publishers.

Elizabeth McKellar is a Production Assistant at BK.


Press Release: The 3 Gaps

The 3 Gaps:
Are You Making a Difference?
By Hyrum W. Smith

“If you want to quickly and effortlessly close the gaps from where you are to where you want to be, read this book and apply it now!”
Mark Victor Hansen, co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, whose books have sold 500 million copies

“Rarely are such profound principles taught with such simplicity and accessibility. Every work group should read and apply this message.”
Catherine Hormats, entrepreneur and cofounder of Social Security Advisors

We all want to make a difference. But just as you need to put on your own oxygen mask before helping other passengers on an airplane, getting your own life together is the first step to making a positive impact in the world. Franklin Covey cofounder Hyrum Smith shows that what stops us are gaps between where we are and where we want to be in his new book, The 3 Gaps (ISBN-13: 978-1-62656-662-0, Paperback, $14.95).

The first is the Beliefs Gap, between what we believe to be true and what is actually true. The second is the Values Gap, between what we value most in life and what we actually spend our life doing. The third is the Time Gap, between what we plan to do each day and what we actually get done.

3 Gaps offers a practical blueprint that we all can use to recognize and close each of these three gaps and illustrates how it can be done through inspiring true stories. Smith provides the concepts and the tools needed to establish a solid foundation from which you can help make the world a better place.

Hyrum W. Smith is the cofounder and former Chairman and CEO of Franklin Covey and the cofounder of 3Gaps, a personal and organizational training company. He is also the author of several nationally acclaimed books, including The 10 Natural Laws of Successful Time and Life Management, What Matters Most, and You Are What You Believe.