Like many young and fresh graduates, R. Stevens had a lot of potential and even more ambition. He started small, showed a lot of promise, and soon got his next big promotion.
However, things started going downhill from there. Despite reading every mainstream book about middle-management and project management made by man-kind, he was still failing big time and made no progress in any direction.
Since he thought he did everything "by the book," he blamed his lack of success on everyone else--it was never on him.
As a result of the stress of endless struggles and frustration, R. Stevens fell very ill. It was a warning from mother nature that all the high levels of stress and bad sleeping habits were taking a massive toll on his health. Too proud to admit he was experiencing a burn-out, he struggled for years before finally realizing that things had to change.
While slowly recovering, R. Stevens gave himself the time he needed to focus on the most important aspects of his life: his lifestyle, and his personal and professional relationships. He found that many of the books he read on the subject talked an awful lot about the theory, yet provided very few practical tools. Striving for change, he decided to put those theories to practice and came to realize that they worked 99% of the time.
Today, R. Stevens is a well-known publisher. He is renowned for not only explaining the theory, but actually helping the reader implement, repeat, and practice their newly acquired skills. He does all of this with a simple, easy-to-learn approach accessible to anyone looking to work on themselves and their work relations.
His books, along with the wealth of secrets and information they contain, are available to the mass-market now through Amazon, Audible, and other platforms.