Inspiring Others to Win
Robert B. Sommer
Griffin Publishing Group, Sep 1, 1998 - Self-Help - 186 pages
The most important tool for high achievement is a mentor, a person who believes in you and your goals. Inspiring Others to Win brings together a crème de le crème compendium of mentors who share stories of their own mentoring experiences, shows readers how to gain financial and emotional well-being -- by breaking through the status quo of unfulfilled dreams to strike the personal gold inherent in those put-off dreams.
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