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Organization Horsepower: Thinking Like a Motorcycle Racing Team

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Business can be abstract and detached. By comparison, motorcycle racing is primal and visceral, and has an unmistakable goal.

Harrison Withers, expert talent development consultant and amateur motorcycle racer, has cleverly brought those two worlds together, finding unique parallels between concepts of business and those of motorcycle racing. He views the relationship betwe
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Paperback, 152 pages
Published October 11th 2014 by RockBench Publishing Corp.
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Harrison Withers has been searching for ways to help people perform better since 1993. He has a talent for figuring out what the true cause of a problem is and what barriers need to be overcome to get a person where they want to go. He’s passionate about helping people make a measurable difference in their businesses.

A graduate of Michigan Technological University, Harrison has almost 2 decades of
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