Press Release


Feb 8, 2022

Fulton Books author, Joe Byerly, an active-duty army officer and the founder of From the Green Notebook; and Cassie Crosby, a leadership coach, have completed their most recent book “My Green Notebook: ‘Know Thyself’ Before Changing Jobs”: a brilliant blueprint for self-evaluation and mindfulness. This guide will let individuals understand themselves a whole lot better and know how to make better choices across situations.

Byerly and Crosby shares, “My Green Notebook: ‘Know Thyself’ Before Changing Jobs is a guided reflection developed to draw out your lessons learned and help you thrive as a leader as you take on positions of increased responsibility, regardless of your line of work. We believe that reading, writing, and reflection are the keys to self-improvement and development. This notebook is your opportunity to spend a few minutes with yourself each day for a month and examine your experiences so that you can better understand your strengths and weaknesses and, more importantly, determine your opportunities for growth.”

Published by Fulton Books, Joe Byerly and Cassie Crosby’s thought-provoking piece is helpful and innovative for doing self-evaluations. It is an eye-opening read that drives the individual to be honest with oneself and to reevaluate their values.

It’s about time to live and seek the best version of oneself!

Readers who wish to experience this stirring work can purchase “My Green Notebook: ‘Know Thyself’ Before Changing Jobs” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Author Support via email at [email protected] or via telephone at 877-210-0816. 

Source: Fulton Books

Originally published at https://www.newswire.com/news/joe-byerly-and-cassie-crosbys-new-book-my-green-notebook-know-thyself-21619200

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