This Hungry Spirit (Autographed)

Your Need for Basic Goodness By C. Clinton Sidle

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This Hungry Spirit (Autographed)
Your Need for Basic Goodness
by C. Clinton Sidle

"Profound and practical." —Daniel Goleman.

A roadmap to perspectives and behaviors that make successful leaders.

Subjects: Self-Development, Happiness, Success, Business

Autographed copies only available from this page.

6 x 9, 176 pages
Paperback, French flaps

ISBN 10: 1-936012-45-6
ISBN 13: 978-1-936012-45-9

Book Details

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“In This Hungry Spirit, Clint Sidle offers profound and practical heart advice of great use for anyone hankering for a more fulfilling life.”  —Daniel Goleman, author, Emotional Intelligence


Basic goodness is the treasure of your existence. It connects you with your world in ways that wake you up and feel good. To create a new reality, says leadership guru Clint Sidle — whether at work, in relationships, or in your spiritual life — you simply must find and come from this relaxed, stronger place.

Basic goodness is the one thing that leads to

  • Confidence
  • Happiness
  • Success
  • Work that you love
  • Leading well
  • Making a difference
  • Connecting genuinely with others
  • Satisfying relationships (including romantic)
  • Letting go of old issues
  • Creating new possibilities
  • Becoming your best possible self
  • A meaningful, considered life

Basic goodness is the source of joy, interest, gratitude, enthusiasm — all that makes you feel best about yourself and others. It awakens a trust in yourself that has magic in it. It inspires choices that serve the best you possible. When you come from basic goodness, the world responds in kind. Not knowing it’s in you is like mistaking a precious gem in your pocket for an ordinary stone.

Basic goodness opens you, broadens your view, connects you with others, and engages your natural talents with the world’s needs.

This Hungry Spirit is about how you can find it, nurture it, and watch it nourish every aspect of your life.

"I know there is a hunger in you," Sidle begins, "longing to be filled. Just stop and look for amoment, and you will find it. You feel it don’t you? You may be successful, yet still you strive. You may be wealthy, yet still you seek gain. You may be loved, yet you still wander. Where does this discontent begin? There is always something missing. What do you so long for?”

Becoming an effective human being, Sidle teaches, is less about mastering certain skills than about fostering a certain attitude in yourself and others. To show how to live that attitude in a real, practical, and convincing way, he skillfully connects themes not brought together in books focusing on happiness or success or leadership alone.

"Those who lead others in quests toward self-improvement and motivation will find This Hungry Spirit’s action driven but relatable narrative beneficial in inspiring action and confidence in others." —D.K.

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About C. Clinton Sidle

When he wrote this book, C. CLINTON SIDLE was directing the prestigious Roy H. Park Leadership Fellows Program in the Johnson School of Management at Cornell University. He is still a top consultant in strategic change, leadership, executive coaching, and developing human potential. His leadership programs at Cornell and elsewhere earned national recognition. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies, state and local educational systems, and some of the nation’s leading universities and non-profit organizations.

Clint is also the author of two earlier books: High Impact Tools and Techniques for Strategic Planning (McGraw Hill, 1998) in collaboration with Rod Napier and Pat Sanaghan, and The Leadership Wheel: Five Steps to Achieving Personal and Organizational Greatness (Palgrave Macmillan (2005).

He lives in Ithaca, NY, and may be contacted at ccs7@cornell.edu or through his website at http://www.clintsidle.org

Book Details

“In This Hungry Spirit, Clint Sidle offers profound and practical heart advice of great use for anyone hankering for a more fulfilling life.”  —Daniel Goleman, author, Emotional Intelligence


Basic goodness is the treasure of your existence. It connects you with your world in ways that wake you up and feel good. To create a new reality, says leadership guru Clint Sidle — whether at work, in relationships, or in your spiritual life — you simply must find and come from this relaxed, stronger place.

Basic goodness is the one thing that leads to

  • Confidence
  • Happiness
  • Success
  • Work that you love
  • Leading well
  • Making a difference
  • Connecting genuinely with others
  • Satisfying relationships (including romantic)
  • Letting go of old issues
  • Creating new possibilities
  • Becoming your best possible self
  • A meaningful, considered life

Basic goodness is the source of joy, interest, gratitude, enthusiasm — all that makes you feel best about yourself and others. It awakens a trust in yourself that has magic in it. It inspires choices that serve the best you possible. When you come from basic goodness, the world responds in kind. Not knowing it’s in you is like mistaking a precious gem in your pocket for an ordinary stone.

Basic goodness opens you, broadens your view, connects you with others, and engages your natural talents with the world’s needs.

This Hungry Spirit is about how you can find it, nurture it, and watch it nourish every aspect of your life.

"I know there is a hunger in you," Sidle begins, "longing to be filled. Just stop and look for amoment, and you will find it. You feel it don’t you? You may be successful, yet still you strive. You may be wealthy, yet still you seek gain. You may be loved, yet you still wander. Where does this discontent begin? There is always something missing. What do you so long for?”

Becoming an effective human being, Sidle teaches, is less about mastering certain skills than about fostering a certain attitude in yourself and others. To show how to live that attitude in a real, practical, and convincing way, he skillfully connects themes not brought together in books focusing on happiness or success or leadership alone.

"Those who lead others in quests toward self-improvement and motivation will find This Hungry Spirit’s action driven but relatable narrative beneficial in inspiring action and confidence in others." —D.K.

Please order from this page ONLY for autographed copies. Click on "Add to Cart" above and your order will be entered as for an autographed copy. Note: there is no discount on autographed copies.

For information about the book, reviews, etc., click here to return to the main display page for this title.

About C. Clinton Sidle

Larson Publications photo of author C. Clinton Sidle

When he wrote this book, C. CLINTON SIDLE was directing the prestigious Roy H. Park Leadership Fellows Program in the Johnson School of Management at Cornell University. He is still a top consultant in strategic change, leadership, executive coaching, and developing human potential. His leadership programs at Cornell and elsewhere earned national recognition. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies, state and local educational systems, and some of the nation’s leading universities and non-profit organizations.

Clint is also the author of two earlier books: High Impact Tools and Techniques for Strategic Planning (McGraw Hill, 1998) in collaboration with Rod Napier and Pat Sanaghan, and The Leadership Wheel: Five Steps to Achieving Personal and Organizational Greatness (Palgrave Macmillan (2005).

He lives in Ithaca, NY, and may be contacted at ccs7@cornell.edu or through his website at http://www.clintsidle.org

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