Friday Reflections

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Analisa Enterprises, Dec 30, 2006 - Self-Help - 137 pages
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Contents

What is the secret of successful people?
3
5 Getting a high return on your personal
9
Things that matter most
15
The little climber that could
21
Know thy customer environment
27
Alexander the Great and the battle of Issus
33
Just One
37
Shouldnt every day be a Mothers Day?
39
When a meeting becomes a wrestling event
67
But it is the supervisors
71
Reach out and thank someone
73
Parrot Parrot who needs a Parrot?
75
In Asia most of the business is done over a cup of tea
77
Are you busy?
81
Life is a selffulfilling prophecy You get what you expect Courtesy of Roger von Oech
83
The Road Less Traveled
85

Doing brain surgery for a headache
41
Time and tide waits for no one
43
Who was this man?
45
Hire for attitude train for skill
47
Lessons of a life time
51
You can not win todays game on yesterdays press clippings
53
Its a wonderful life
55
Humor in the workplace
57
To a hungry man give a piece of bread
59
Breaking a rookie into the game
63
Bigger station Bigger Income
65
Bust the Bureaucracy
87
When in Rome Do as the Romans Do
93
If everyone deserves a C then everyone will get one
95
When the feeling is not there the music is gone
97
43 Cream or Sugar?
101
Lessons about life from Vajubhai
109
How to avoid the fate of the boiled frog?
117
First stage in the acceptance of a new idea
123
Reflecting on Reflections
131
Authors Profile
137
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About the author (2006)

Originally from India, Anand Shah earned his Masters in engineering administration from Stanford University and his Masters in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California. An executive and consultant for successful start-ups and major corporations in Silicon Valley for over thirty years, his previous book Other Mothers have Problems, Too was published in 1988. Married to his childhood pen pal, he and his wife have two children and reside in the San Francisco Bay area.

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