Talent is Never Enough Workbook: Art, Imagination and Spirit: A Reflection on Creativity and Faith
Leadership expert Dr. John C. Maxwell knows that people are never successful by talent alone, and in this workbook he outlines the thirteen crucial things you can do to maximize your natural talents and become a "Talent-plus" person.
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