Wonderwell to Publish Self-Help Book from Social Change Innovator Joe Kelly
It’s our pleasure to announce that we’re publishing a new self-help book, The Gandhiana Jones Project, by Joe Kelly. The book will be released under Wonderwell’s Best Book program on January 11, 2022.
In The Gandhiana Jones Project, author and professor Joe Kelly leads readers on an eight-week adventure to discover the four core principles to living a life of change—Values, Passion, Skills, and Service—and how to apply them for maximum impact both in the world and in one’s own life.
With material adapted from Kelly’s change-makers university course, and his personal year-long experiment with “being the change,” The Gandhiana Jones Project is packed full of everything you’ll need for the journey, including lessons on self-growth and community development, research findings, and real-life accounts of individuals who have all found their own unique way to combine duty and delight (and earn a dollar) while making a difference. You’ll also find practical exercises and weekly challenges to ensure you won’t just be reading about how to create change, you’ll learn exactly how to unleash your true potential and leave your mark on the world—and have fun doing it.
The book will be available for sale in bookstores across North America and via online retailers on January 11, 2022.
About Joe Kelly
Joe Kelly is an educator, consultant, and innovator in sustainability and social change. He teaches university courses and corporate workshops on how to think and act like a change maker, has authored numerous articles in mainstream media and academic journals, and has presented to audiences around the globe. Professionally, Joe has 20 years of experience providing consulting and advisory services to a wide range of businesses, governments, and non-profit organizations. He holds a PhD in Resource and Environmental Management, and is also the founder of the Project Change Foundation, a public foundation that provides financial and other support to early-stage charities in Canada with significant potential for creating social or environmental change.
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