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What Would Ben Stein Do?

Applying the Wisdom of a Modern-Day Prophet to Tackle the Challenges of Work and Life
By: Ben Stein
Narrated by: Ben Stein, Peter Ganim
Length: 4 hrs and 12 mins
Categories: Business, Career Skills
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Publisher's Summary

Ben Stein's experience from Washington to Hollywood - and everywhere in between - makes him the ideal individual to offer advice to others. His expertise in countless fields makes his valuable, keen observations - that cover the range of topics and challenges that most people face every day - the perfect topic for his book, What Would Ben Stein Do? It's a question we'd all be wise to ask ourselves when contemplating an array of issues in both business and life. What would Ben Stein do...

  • About a 401(k)?
  • When traveling in a country where he didn't know the language?
  • Performing a job he was rapidly outgrowing?
  • Trapped in a struggling relationship?
  • Negotiating a pay increase?
  • Job hunting in a difficult economy?

Delivered with the dry, honest wit that millions of people have come to know and love, Ben Stein's What Would Ben Stein Do? provides advice on any question imaginable - from the man who has all the answers.

©2011 Ben Stein (P)2011 Audible, Inc.

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Exceptionally gifted Stein at his best, and most honest. Brilliantly shared and wonderfully apropos to us all. A true modern-prophet for our so-called modern times.

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A little preachy, but still a good book. Thankfully Mr. Stein only reads epilogue.