Get to the Point! - A Short and Snappy Guide

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Have you ever wondered why modern business executives talk like idiots? Are you going bald scratching your head trying to understand complex reports filled with meaningless words like synergy, value add, leverage, paradigm, core competency, and other gobbledygook? Are you tolerating and encouraging fools by mistaking their pretentious rubbish talk for intelligence? But it need not be that way. More

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About Thejendra Sreenivas

Thejendra Sreenivas is a Technology manager with nearly 28+ years of experience in the IT industry handling a variety of technical roles & projects. He is also an Author and Life Skills coach. He offers personalized coaching in Self-Publishing, Financial Literacy, IT Asset Management, and various Self-Improvement concepts. He has also written 20+ mild & wild books on a number of subjects. His inspiration for writing unique books comes from Toni Morrison who said, “If there is a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.”

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About the Series: An Executive Self Help Novel
The Executive Self Help Novel is a series of short non-fiction books on business management, leadership, inspirational, motivational and self-improvement topics. Each book is an imaginary discussion between a retired professor who thinks unconventionally and a corporate executive who thinks like the crowd. This is a unique professor who thinks, “What is popular may not be right, and what is right may not be popular.”

Most self-help books are normally written in a textbook or step-by-step guide format. But these books are written like a novel in a conversational style with interactive lectures, candid arguments, and idle talk between the two who belong to different generations. Each book discusses some self-improvement concept or an aspect of the executive’s personal or professional life and the professor enlightens, alters, or completely demolishes the executive’s earlier thinking and assumptions. The first book in the series is The Power of Laziness followed by The Extreme Minimalist and others. However, each book can be read independently.

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Review by: Elizabeth Miller on Nov. 18, 2012 :
If marketing jargon leaves you befuddled then reading this guide will help you laugh at it. A quick look at how the marketing world even in politics has learned to say a whole lot about nothing. Good Job!
(reviewed 53 days after purchase)
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