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250 pages, Paperback
First published April 16, 2014
if you fail to plan, you plan to fail
"But in sheer animal ferocity Woody beat them all and that's why they respected him. Not because he had brains-he had never shown any signs of better brainpower than any of them. Not because he held the reins of the business. But because he was a brutal animal and they feared crossing him."
"What do you do when you have a toothache?", she queried.
"What?" Angie's question seemed totally disconnected from the serious topic that they had initiated.
..."Well, I go to a dentist."
"And what do you do when one of your key men get held up in jail?"
"I get my lawyer to bail him out." Woody shrugged.
..."All I'm saying is, when you have a problem that you don't fully understand, you approach an expert for help, don't you?"
"Yes, I do. So?"
... "So if I'm facing problems in my business now, do you mean to say there are, er, business doctors who can help?"
"Yeas, there are. They are called management consultants. Sounds a little more sophisticated than business doctor"
"The industry has gone flaccid too boss. It needs some intense simulation to stroke it back to like. Stiff competition has been erecting hurdles in our path. Our client's aren't coming..."
“Business Doctors is different, thanks to its unique story line. So yes try it and mix business with reading pleasure.”