A competitive workplace is the bane of every professional. Everyone in the office competes against the job, grinding, perfecting, and learning everything to keep things running as smoothly as silk. But ultimately, the workplace is as nuanced as a garden, more than watering the plants to worry about. Yet in a place like Wall Street what does a competitive workplace truly bring to the table of every professional?
“Pathway to Glory” takes us into the life of Paul Stevens, a Chief Financial Executive of a major conglomerate. The story took place in an office rife with competition that acts as a proxy battle for Paul Stevens and those opposing his takeover.
In his bid to acquire more power, we are shown by author Ed Schiavoni the consequences of Paul Steven's actions and the retrospect he must go through to understand the weight of his ambition. The book captures a very familiar but powerful trope, the inner struggle between good and evil. This is something that encompasses the stock exchange that the character inhabits, one where each of those affected by Paul Stevens's ambition must comprehend their inner struggles.
“Pathway to Glory” is very much a treatise in every workplace. It shows the corporate world as a political battleground, though many steps shy from the bloodier battlefields. Still, an environment that carries itself with that same sense of determination to win.
But despite the novel's vivid depiction of corporate greed, “Pathway to Glory” is still very much a story about growth and redemption. One that Edmund Schiavoni has well crafted, taking us through a nuanced journey, one that encompasses his mindset, ambition, and ultimately everything that has led to the character's adventure. Yes, adventure! Remarkably, this book delves into the adventures of the competitive workplace.
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“Pathway to Glory”
Author: Edmund Schiavoni
Publisher: Austin Macauley
Published Date: December 14, 2021
Book Genre: Action & Adventure
About the Author
Edmund Schiavoni has a degree in business administration from Seton Hall University, an MBA from New York University, and many years of experience as a financial executive of a Fortune 500 Company. Besides this novel, Mr. Schiavoni is a screenwriter, playwright, as well as creator of a musical for which he wrote the libretto, lyrics, and music. He is also the composer and lyricist of more than fifty songs of varied genres.
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