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Seldom has a book fallen so far short of the philosophy it espouses.
All my friends receive this book as a gift when they earn a promotion because I think it is an essential piece in their continued success.
The simple truths expressed by these two gurus are very applicable in both your professional and personal lives.
I highly recommend this book to any one in a leadership position, or wanting to be in one. Pick it up today!Published 11 months ago by jennifer snyder
This book is an easy read and jam packed with very helpful imformation on how to be successful when you have people you are guiding and developing and this includes yourself. Read morePublished 20 months ago by WendyRZ
Few books trigger an internal search of myself and help coalesce gut reactions into a better understanding of what drives myself. Read morePublished on November 8, 2011 by Carl E. Dawson
Don't let the size of this book deter you. In fact, the small size and large print make this book a joy to read. The principles expounded here are a blueprint for success. Read morePublished on May 31, 2008 by J. Dietz
One of my interests is why some people succeed and why others don't. Two sports teams have equally talented players. Read morePublished on April 23, 2006 by Alan Cohen
I bought this book for a college class. Excellent ideas on how to coach or lead in a business.Published on August 13, 2003 by Ann Harrison
Life, no matter personal or bisiness, is so much like the game (such as NFL).
How to make yourself stay competitive and strong is as important as how to motivate people... Read more
Ken Blanchard's wisdom and Don Shula's coaching experience come together in this easy-to-read book. The simple truths expressed by these two gurus are very applicable in both your... Read morePublished on August 19, 2002 by Chip Heginbotham