Career Year: A Major League Fable

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AuthorHouse, Jun 13, 2005 - Business & Economics - 120 pages

Career Year is a story about an intellectual who mentors a professional baseball player. The book is an entertaining blend of self-improvement, philosophy, business, and baseball.

 

This is a self-help book not afraid to poke fun at its own advice. Coaches, teachers, athletes, mentors, business executives, entrepreneurs, sales professionals, musicians, and baseball fans will benefit from this short and easy-to-read book. The story includes a collection of practical ideas to help you personally and professionally. The characters are fictional, but the challenges facing them are real. The fable has plenty of “what if” scenarios and thought-provoking material you can discuss with friends, co-workers, and colleagues. Baseball fans will love Career Year.

 

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