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Your Management Sucks: Why You Have to Declare War On Yourself...And Your Business

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Like a mirror, Your Management Sucks reveals important truths that you may deal with . . . or choose to ignore or put on the back burner.

Everyone manages someone or something . . . your own life and career, an administrative assistant, hundreds or thousands of people. How well or poorly you manage has a profound impact on your personal success. Mark Stevens makes the com
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Published July 10th 2006 by Tantor Media (first published 2006)
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This book is strong on motivation and ideas, but a bit over the top in some areas. Mark Stevens can come off as pretentious at times.

I would recommend this book to anyone interested in continuous personal improvement.
Michelle Lach
An interesting take on management and motivation. Many examples that give way to good perspective. Though nothing notably astounding, this book is like having a great talk with a wise mentor.

I guess my biggest problem with this book was the pompous, arrogant guy that wrote it. Yeah, you're great-you have solved all of the problems for all of your clients. I did get a few tidbits from it.
I read this right after I quit a job with a terrible manager. The book made me feel better in confirming that I was working under someone who had no idea how to manage.
John Seno
The title is not particularly comforting :-)

I must go through this book again, filled with refreshing ideas & perspectives on business management."
Jason Paulateer
In the spirit of Marcus Buckingham's "First Break All The Rules", Stevens challenges us to wage war on conventional wisdom!
After finishing this book, I was convienced that my management sucks, but based his criteria I suck too.
A very enjoyable read about some very modern management ideas. It makes you think.
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Mark Stevens, a popular media commentator on a host of business matters including marketing, branding, management, and sales is known for delivering business insights with blunt truths and unconventional wisdom. Steven’s wildly successful blog, Unconventional Thinking, is ranked among “Top 10 Marketing Blogs in the World.”
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