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Empires of the Mind: Lessons to Lead and Succeed in a Knowledge-Base World

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In order to succeed in business, people must continually reinvent their positions in the corporation. Empires of the Mind is the first book to show readers how to do exactly that. Denis Waitley offers personal strategies for self-leadership that are critical to getting ahead in today's lean global marketplace.
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Published by Morrow, William Company In (first published January 1995)
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Sandhya
Sep 24, 2009 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
"Liked the title of the book and the foreword seemed interesting so I bought the book. As always I appreciated my gut feeling of being right as always.
Its a fantastic book. it's about:
"Individual leadership and personal responsiblity is the call of the hour in this fast paced borderless world. Nothing is more important and urgent than integrity and wisdom today.
Its well stated and substantiated that empires of the future will not be built of walls of stone and concrete, turnet, armies and gat
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Connor Fullam
I felt as if the title sections throughout this book were unnecessary, and at times made it hard to read the book. It almost feels like Waitley did not plan a single word he wrote, for the beginning of one chapter seemed to be on an entirely different topic from its conclusion. Although this book has no structure, Waitley does have some insightful things to say about life. This is not a book that's meaning stays constant over time. The best example of this is the paragraph that Waitley explains ...more
Keith
Feb 09, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: self-help
This book languished on my shelf for over a decade before I realized that I hadn't quite finished reading it. So, I started over & read it through. I already had quite a bit of it highlighted. The last third of the book didn't get as many highlights.

There are lists in each chapter of suggested action steps. To my mind, the biggest action step is to plan, do, and don't take myself too seriously.
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Div
Nov 12, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Great book with Great quotes. Every Story is drawn from real world. That makes you follow what do leaders do. Every Chapter has a set of dos and donts that would be great if you are looking for motivation from leaders
Marc
A book of Platitudes with very little substance. I gave it a star but still put it on the Turd Heap.
Rizwan Javid
May 21, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Best book for self development leadership qualities.
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One of America's most respected authors, keynote lecturers and productivity consultants on high performance human achievement. 10 million audio programs sold in 14 languages, Denis Waitley is one of the most listened-to voices on personal and career success. A graduate of the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, and former Navy pilot, he holds a doctorate degree in human behavior.
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