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Lillian Too's Little Book of Feng Shui for the Office Paperback – November 21, 2008
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About the Author
Lillian Too is the world's most prolific and highest selling author of books on Feng Shui. Since publishing her first book on the subject in 1995 in Malaysia, she has written over a hundred books and sold over ten million copies to a worldwide audience of readers. Her books have been translated into 31 languages and whole sections of bookstores in capital cities of the world carry shelves of her books on feng shui, astrology and Chinese divinations methods. Lillian graduated with an MBA from the Harvard Business School in Boston USA and at first pursued a very successful corporate career in banking and finance. In Malaysia she headed HONG LEONG CREDIT, a public listed conglomerate of financial companies that included businesses in banking, insurance and stock broking. In 1982 she was appointed CEO of GRINDLAYS DAO HENG BANK, the sixth largest bank in Hong Kong. Following her years in the fast paced finance industries Lillian opted for a change of pace and packaged the leveraged buyout of DRAGON SEED LIMITED, becoming Chairman and shareholder of this group of luxury department store and boutiques. She cashed out this retail business and at the age of 45 retired to become a full time mother. She started her career as a writer in 1995 when she self published her first book on Feng Shui. The book became an instant bestseller in Malaysia and she followed it with a second equally successful book. In 1997, her book THE COMPLETE ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO FENG SHUI a full color illustrated book published by ELEMENT Publishers of the UK became an instant international hit and was the summer bestseller at the BARNES AND NOBLE STORES in the United States. Following that her LILLIAN TOO'S LITTLE BOOK OF FENG SHUI became a worldwide bestseller including reaching number 1 spot in the UK where the little book sold well over a million copies. The years since then have seen LILLIAN TOO's feng shui books become increasingly popular and today she has become a much loved author famed for simplifying FENG SHUI and popularizing this living skill. She is the world's #1 selling writer on Feng Shui. She is also its most eloquent advocate and each January she addresses capacity crowds of thousands at her Feng Shui Extravaganza Road Shows. Lillian Too trains Feng Shui Consultants at her Lillian Too Certified Consultants Institute from amongst whose thousands of graduates have emerged some extremely successful feng shui professionals and business people who are practicing in many corners of the world. She is Chairman of WOFS.com, a feng shui merchandising and franchise company managed by her daughter Jennifer Too.
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Top customer reviews
Her "Little Book of Feng Shui for...." series are a marvelous addition to her longer more in depth books. These little books really are small, fitting into the palm of your hand, measuring about 2 inches by 3 inches. They fit into a purse or briefcase. However, she still manages to provide 118 simple clear Feng Shui tips for what you want at your office and what to avoid while there. Each tip receives 1 mini page devoted to it, and some are accompanied by a b&w photo illustration.
Some of the topics covered include how and where to place your desk, office plants, some Feng Shui Office related rituals (I'm wondering when the TV show "The Office" will recognize the mainstreamedness of Feng Shui and incorporate it in an episode?). Prosperous signature tips. Room Shapes for different functions. Where to place different departments auspiciously (Accounting and Finance, Sales and Marketing, Executive Staff). All to increase work harmony and prosperity.