Seize the Day: Seven Steps to Achieving the Extraordinary in an Ordinary World

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Career Press, 1994 - Business & Economics - 253 pages
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Many books attempt to selectively energise or improve the performance of different individuals in a workplace. This book is written for all staff and seeks to make high performance at work the norm for everyone

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User Review  - realbigcat - LibraryThing

This is a very good book that I would label somewhere between business and self-help. In other words most of the advice is based on relationship and results oriented to your career. Even though this ... Read full review

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User Review  - Anandh Sundar - Goodreads

The book is another success recipe by an ex-military professional speaker. Thankfully, he does not recap his service experience but shares interesting analogies(making it easier to apply). For example ... Read full review

Contents

Overview
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Step
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About the author (1994)

Danny Cox is one of today's most sought-after speakers and trainers. A proven sales executive, former supersonic test pilot, and author of There Are No Limits, Cox is a member of the National Speaker Association's Hall of Fame.

John Hoover, PhD is a former executive with Walt Disney Productions and McGraw-Hill. He consults in organization development and behavior, specializing in leadership, communications, transformation, and sustaining change.

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