Not many people have the courage to leave what is comfortable and take a chance into the unknown, but Procacci does. He realized he could change his life through writing, but what is truly special is how many more lives he has also changed.
Procacci has now written five successful books. The first, titled Communicating With Success: The Secrets of Persuasion is the Golden Book Awards 2016 Winner, and a finalist at the International Book Awards 2016. His success continued with Secrets of Motivations and Personal Growth, Organizational Evolution and Development of Human Resources, Follow Your Own Star and Fulfill Yourself in Change, and The Freedom of Words. All of his books combine Procacci’s extensive knowledge of psychology and aim to inspire readers.
“Emiliano Forino Procacci has the ability to create that special connection with the reader, almost like you were sitting in front of. A fundamental quality especially when one is engaged with lyrics of ‘self-help’,” said Valentina Martelli, who wrote the preface to Follow Your Own Star and Fulfill Yourself in Change.
Many topics are covered in Follow Your Own Star and Fulfill Yourself in Change, which was written for those who intend to improve their self-esteem and take care of their personal growth. Procacci’s words inspire those who want to find an opportunity to change the course of events of their lives by changing a situation that is particularly dear to them. He encourages readers to manage their time, become resilient, and realize concrete projects through each page of the book.
“I was inspired from many people that I met in my work as a psychologist around the world. I would try to spread happiness and I encourage everyone to live well and share in positive thinking,” said Procacci. “The glass can be half empty or half full, but if we look at it in different ways, the glass can be ‘full.’ Life is beautiful if we choose to live it well. The book aims to teach all readers that life can be lived every day with a smile if you increase self-esteem and leave the comfort zone.”
Freedom In Words continues this theme. The book’s goal is to allow the reader to dive into a world full of aphorisms and phrases with a strong motivational power. Some of these go straight to the heart and allow readers to reflect on their lives, while others will make them smile, as they are meant to create a positive and relaxed atmosphere.
“In a world where the watchword is ‘running’, maybe it isn't wrong to take a break and be lulled by the images that the sentences of this collection tend to evoke,” described Procacci. “I wanted to create a handbook to help people find the right motivation to face difficulties. Anyone reading an aphorism or a phrase a day, maybe in the morning, can start the day.”
Procacci also aims to improve the business world. In the book Organizational Evolution and Development of Human Resources. It is intended to be a useful tool for all those who face for the first time the issues related to human resource management and who wish to deepen some fundamental aspects of the historical development of inside knowledge of today's business structures.
“In a forward to the centrality of the human element, the book aims to show how necessary it is to consider how fundamental the prospects offered by the continuing education, the development of knowledge and communication, seen as a useful tool for the dissemination of a corporate climate that adds value to the production dynamics. These, in turn, would not have reason to exist if they were not characterized by an ‘enlightened leadership’, able to implement organizational improvement measures, which take into account the intrinsic value of man. The centrality of the role of leader in any organized structure is extensively analyzed in the text, to show how a leader must be a good communicator, able to make the best of what we have to exploit the inherent capabilities in every individual considering l ' company as a living system, whose sap is made from human resources,” said Procacci.
Another innovation presented in the book is the “graduated pyramid mirror.” He introduced a planning perspective that can be a useful means of making business analyzes and implement organizational changes.
“It is a scheme that looks at the development of the positive and negative stages of both the company employees and the manager, considered in a dynamic working environment,” explained Procacci.
Whatever the cause, Procacci wants his books to be there to help. He is currently working on his sixth book, which will undoubtedly follow a similar pattern.