Tomorrow will be Better



New book by Alfonso Bucero promotes a positive attitude for project success

12 March 2017 – Madrid, Spain – A new book has been published by Alfonso Bucero, a well-known project management leader based in Madrid who has long been an advocate of a positive attitude. His new book is titled “Tomorrow will be Better: Maintaining a Positive Attitude for Project Success”.

Several authors have written about positive attitude as a key ingredient for personal and professional success but few have described, suggested and detailed some best practices for how to maintain and sustain a positive attitude. This book is about maintaining and sustaining a positive attitude so you will build a better tomorrow. You are great but you can be EXECELLENT. You have a lot of possibilities to improve, to use your enthusiasm, to use your courage, to coach people on their positive attitude for personal and professional success.

According to Alfonso, “I always try to have a positive attitude but I am a human being who makes a lot of mistakes, so from time to time I need an attitude check. My book has plenty of real case studies as a person and as a project manager, which is my profession, that illustrates practical things that I learned and I’d like to share with my readers. By the end of every chapter I’m proposing a form, template or exercise to apply, to put into practice what you read or learn. Do not lose your time, be positive because every day is a good day but tomorrow will be even better if you are focused on how to improve your attitude.”

Alfonso Bucero, MSc, PMP, PMI-RMP, PfMP, PMI Fellow, is founder and Managing Partner of BUCERO PM Consulting. Alfonso was the founder, sponsor and president of the PMI Barcelona Chapter until April 2005, and belongs to PMI’s LIAG (Leadership Institute Advisory Group). He was the past President of the PMI Madrid Spain Chapter, and now nominated as a PMI EMEA Region 8 Component Mentor. Alfonso has a Computer Science Engineering degree from Universidad Politécnica in Madrid and is studying for his Ph.D. in Project Management. He has 29 years of practical experience and is actively engaged in advancing the PM profession in Spain and throughout Europe. He received the PMI Distinguished Contribution Award on October 9th, 2010 and the PMI Fellow Award on October 22nd 2011. To see articles and papers by Mr. Bucero, go to  http://pmworldlibrary.net/authors/alfonso-bucero/

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