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Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Zag-a-zig pt II

In a fit of near depression, I walked out of my office the other day and headed
first for the bookstore - there Icame across a 1326-pg does of tonic called
Whatever You Think, Think The Opposite, by Paul Arden (www.penguin.com)
A wonderfully refreshing, even bracing examination on the
benefits of contrarianism, of going against he conventional wisdom,
this book is not for the hopelessly ingrained 'corporate' type who sees
work as something between 9-5 and a steady paycheck as salvation.
it will make you laugh, pout, ponder, rage and most of all think.
Get it.

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