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The Passion Plan

by Richard Y. Chang

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Had to read this several years ago for some library retreat (see http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/77902644) and I just stumbled across some reflections I jotted down at the time.

An awful lot of people are making an awful lot of money dishing out what amounts to either common sense or drivel. Here the author requires almost 300 pages to state what could have been said in 5 to 10. If this is an example of what passes for substantive executive training than heaven help us. Borrow the book from a library if you must, skim a couple of the pages and you'll have all of it. Don't waste your money. ( )
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Seven steps to discovering the things we really care about and using this knowledge to better our personal and professional lives.

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