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Inhaltsangabe: Work is an important part of living, whether you wait on customers, build a business or cook for your family. As such, we all have important stories to tell about our work. From this rich treasure chest of experiences, Canfield, Hansen and company have gathered a special collection of inspiring tales that share the daily courage, compassion and creativity that take place in workplaces everywhere.
Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work will nourish your spirit with stories of courageous leaders and will foster your creativity with examples of inspiring breakthroughs. It will also teach you how to enrich yourself and your coworkers through heartfelt acknowledgment.
This powerful book gives you new options, new ways to succeed and, above all, a new love and appreciation for yourself, your job and those around you. Share it with your mentor, coworkers or staff, and enjoy renewed joy and pleasure in your chosen vocation.
Special stories by Dilbert's Scott Adams, Beverly Sills, Dave Thomas and many more make this collection complete.
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Jack Canfield and Marc Victor Hansen are joined by Maida Rogerson, Martin Rutte, and Tim Clauss, speakers and consultants who are committed to innvative business practices and spiritual development.
Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen are joined by Maida Rogerson, Martin Rutte, and Tim Clauss, speakers and consultants who are committed to innvative business practices and spiritual development.
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