The Alexander Complex: The Dreams that Drive the Great Businessmen

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Times Books, 1989 - Businessmen - 258 pages
Here is the story of the most influential men in the world--Ross Perot, Steven Jobs, Ted Turner, James Rouse, Daniel Ludwig, and Robert Swanson, men who set out to possess the world on their own terms. Readers can see what makes th ese extraordinary men tick, including the downfalls of being so driven to success.

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The Alexander complex: the dreams that drive the great businessmen

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In this book, Meyer, a business editor at Newsweek , highlights six business leaders who have the "Alexander complex,'' a vision of empire in the tradition of Alexander the Great. They are Steven Jobs ... Read full review

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This is a moving explains the science of intuition,which compels the individuals to rise above all hardships and get frozen into history.Successful men who have impacted upon the lives of individuals and organizations have been discussed in a mesmerizing manner.After reading this book the inside restless conqueror is unleashed to navigate all the deep troubling oceans of civilizations and storm people and governments with their magical innovations and power of seduction for achieving their goals.It is a type of a bible for business commandos. 



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Michael Meyer, the author of Ibsen: A Biography, was awarded the Gold Medal of the Swedish Academy for his English translations of Ibsen's and Strindberg's plays.

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