Steering clear of pulpit nonsense: Lost for Words, a Book Review

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In order to achieve optimal outputs, the bottom line is we need to step up to the plate, raise the bar, push the envelope and think out of the box 24/7! It’s a no-brainer!

If you’ve either been impressed or nauseated by hearing someone speak like that then this short but punchy book by John Humphreys will help!

For the full review click here

© 2009 Lex Loizides

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One thought on “Steering clear of pulpit nonsense: Lost for Words, a Book Review

  1. Dwayne Bailey February 20, 2009 / 4:01 pm

    Lex I really think for a truly unbiased review you really should consult other stakeholders who can provide more grassroots experiences. If they could share their own perceptions in a non-judegemental forum that respects all points of views I believe you will obtain a more balanced, valued and inclusive review.

    Have a win-win weekend ;)

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