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Strategic Intuition for the 21st Century: Tarot for Business

by James Wanless

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0609803220, Paperback)

Just in time for the millennium, the creator of the landmark Voyager Tarotâ„¢ shows entrepreneurs and corporate managers how to tap into the wisdom of the tarot to achieve success in the coming century. Strategic Intuition for the 21st Century is the definitive interactive workbook for integrating left- and right-brain thinking to make daily business decisions with confidence. James Wanless, Ph.D., teaches how to use the extra dimension of information obtainable from tarot alongside more conventional business data to give any businessperson an edge over the competition, a more productive workforce, and happier customers.

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