What can you learn from a monk while flying at 37,000 feet? What can a six-month old teach you about moving and maneuvering through the world? And why should you attend summer camp when you’re in your 50s?
The answers to these and other questions are revealed in Getting to Next, a collection of essays by author, attorney and thought leader Cash Nickerson. Each essay contains nuggets of wisdom that you can put to immediate use, whether you’re looking to enhance your employabiity, step up your game at your current job, or you’re seeking a better work-life balance.
The author of this book, Cash Nickerson, is President and CFO of PDS Tech, Inc., one of the largest engineering and IT staffing companies in the U.S., employing over 10,000 people per year. A licensed attorney in five states with a career spanning 30 years, Cash is a member of the Dallas, Los Angeles, Austin and American Bar Associations. He has published four other books: StagNation: Understanding the New Normal in Employment (CP 2013); A Texan in Tuscany (CNM Press 2013); BOOMERangs: Engaging the Aging Workforce in America (CP 2014) and Listening as a Martial Art: Master Your Listening Skills for Success (CNM Press, 2015). Cash is rated as a 3rd degree black belt in American Kenpo Karate and is a Russian Martial Art instructor.