Nigel Cumberland is the co-founder of Silk Road Partnership, a leading global provider of executive coaching and leadership training solutions to some of the world's leading organizations. He has lived and worked in locations as diverse as Hong Kong, Budapest, Santiago, Shanghai and Dubai, experience that has helped teach him what it takes to succeed in life. Previously, Nigel worked as a multinational finance director with Coats plc as well as for some of the world's leading recruitment firms including Adecco. In addition, he co-created an award-winning recruitment firm based in Hong Kong and China, which he later sold to Hays plc. Educated at Cambridge University, UK, Nigel is an extensively qualified executive coach and leadership training professional. He is the author of a large number of management and leadership books among the most recent of which are: Secrets of Success at Work: 50 Techniques to Excel (Hodder & Stoughton, 2014), Finding and Hiring Talent In a Week (John Murray Learning, 2016) and Leading Teams In a Week (John Murray Learning, 2016).Nigel is married to an amazing woman named Evelyn who works as a successful artist. He has two wonderful children - a son, Zeb, and stepdaughter, Yasmine.
Inside these pages you'll find a powerful reminder of the many ways
you can make your life - and other people's lives - more
successful. It will help you identify what success means to you and
give you the building blocks for making that success a reality.
This is your chance to overcome whatever obstacles are stopping
you. Read it, act on it and experience the difference. -- Marshall
Goldsmith Ph.D., bestselling author of TRIGGERS
This nifty pocket-sized paperback offers both moments of respite and bolts of energy. Written by Nigel Cumberland, who has 25 years' experience working globally in the corporate sector, it's full of words of wisdom for budding entrepreneurs to take on board. The book is simply laid out chronologically, As well as enlightening us on the 100 things to do, it's peppered with inspirational quotations and personal reflections from the author, giving the tips credibility. It's not something you'd read in one sitting; instead, we recommend keeping it on your desk and dipping into it throughout your working day when you need a bit of motivation. -- Independent
...Paris Hilton is flicking through Success magazine-'Build Your Empire,' reads a cover line-with a pile of old Forbes copies stacked next to her. She carefully peels two hydrating under-eye masks from her face, picks up a book titled 100 Things Successful People Do, and grabs a pink highlighter from her handbag. She flashes the book's cover at someone from her content strategy team, who snaps a photo for Instagram. "Did you get a good one?" she asks, smiling -- Harper's Bazaar
In a world where everyone wants to be successful, Cumberland effortlessly lists out the various different ideas and meanings of being successful; helping his readers to identify with certain areas more than others and prioritise their life goals better. With each page you turn, you're assigned a new and simple task to set yourself on your path. Cumberland combines self-help with DIY in a way that keeps you engaged and hooked till the very end, just so you can find out how far along you've come in achieving your success and how much more you're willing to do. -- Times of India