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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Give and Take

Are you a "giver," a "taker," or a "matcher?" According to author and professor, Adam Grant, "givers" try to help others. "Takers" want a bigger piece of the pie for themselves, and "matchers" try to make sure one hand washes the other. In his fascinating book, Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success, Grant shows that "givers" prosper in business and success, and that "nice guys" can finish first. If you're in business or you want to be successful in life, check out this book. It's backed with extensive research and examples of people who have gotten ahead by helping others succeed. Find out more by going to www.giveandtake.com.

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