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Secrets of Greatness

Narrated by: Dennis Holland
Length: 6 hrs and 26 mins
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Behind every great business leader is the story of how they got there, the breakthrough decisions they made, the lessons they learned, and the mentors who guided them. From the editors of Fortune magazine comes Secrets of Greatness, which captures the advice, wisdom, and guiding principles that today's top CEOs and entrepreneurs live by in their careers and personal lives. Hear from the biggest names in business such as Jack Welch, Andy Grove, Peter Drucker, Meg Whitman, Michael Dell and others, as they recount: the best advice they ever got; how they make great decisions; how they work effectively; how they run their teams; and, how they started up their companies.

Secrets of Greatness is filled with fascinating anecdotes, personal stories, and valuable lessons from many of the most recognized and respected business leaders. Based on their experiences and the key gems of wisdom they learned from friends, family, mentors, and colleagues, The Secrets of Greatness is a valuable resource for people looking for success in business and in life.

©2006 Time Home Entertainment Inc. (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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This book was going well until the narrator started using profanity. You don’t need to curse to make statements