Lessons from the Art of Juggling: How to Achieve Your Full Potential in Business, Learning, and Life

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Crown Trade Paperbacks, Jan 1, 1996 - Juggling. - 198 pages
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Uses the art of juggling as a metaphor for the art of relaxed concentration, a principle that reveals how quality in the process yields the best possible results

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Contents

The Juggling Metaphor
3
Mastering Infinity
13
Mastery by Osmosis
47
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Michael J. Gelb, a renowned innovator in the field of creative thinking and leadership development, is the bestselling author of "How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci, Body Learning, Samurai Chess" and "Present Yourself!" Since 1978 Michael Gelb has conducted seminars around the world for companies such as BP, IBM, DuPont, KPMG, and YPO. He lives in Edgewater, New Jersey.

Tony Buzan is the author of the million-copy bestsellers, "Use Your Head" and "The Mind Map Book." He lectures all over the world and his work has been published in 50 countries and 20 languages. He also advises multi-national companies, governments, leading businesses, and international Olympic athletes.

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