Success produces complacency. It happens to individuals, companies and nations. But how do you stay humble when the company cashes in record profits, and how do you provide people with the feeling that they are standing on a burning platform when there are no flames in sight? The cure against complacency Rasmus Ankersen calls “Hunger in Paradise”.
Based on impressive and authentic case stories about Apple, LEGO, Blockbuster, Manchester United, Southwest Airlines, Restaurant NOMA and Nokia, he presents the four lessons we need to learn so we can avoid becoming another victim of complacency.
Rasmus Ankersen is an ex-footballer, a bestselling author, a speaker on performance development and a trusted advisor to businesses and athletes around the world. You’ll never find him in one place for more than a few days – he is always on the move, flying from city to city to do new research, advise major companies or address sold-out audiences.
With The Gold Mine Effect Rasmus has taken his exploration of the secrets of high performance a step further, becoming the only expert on the subject to have lived and trained with the best athletes on the planet. Now back in London, Rasmus is teaching organisations how to build their own Gold Mines of world-class performance, through real-life examples and result driven insights.