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A native of San Francisco, Peter B. Kyne was a prolific screenwriter and the author of the 1920 bestseller Kindred of the Dust. His stories of Cappy Ricks and the Rick's Logging & Lumbering Company were serialized in The Saturday Evening
Post and William Randolph Hearst's Cosmopolitan magazine. He died in 1957. Historian Alan Axelrod is the author of the business bestsellers Patton on Leadership and Elizabeth I, CEO. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
If you know deep inside that u have the traits of a go getter, this book will only shoot ur willpower and drive through the roof. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sakib
Good book... but I might have decided I didn't want to work for this type of person.Published 11 months ago by Marc Van Humbeck
It's okay. Probably would have had a greater impact back in 1918. There are far better and significantly more inspirational books out there.Published 22 months ago by Lenzoid
The bad: Cheesy story that outdated from modern office life.
It kept me reading until the final page.
This book is a very nice surprise. It has been written a very long time ago but the lessons are timeless. Read morePublished on April 3 2012 by bookloverintdot
This is an old classic that inspires all to try a little harder, remove obstacles and get the job done !Published on Jan. 1 2012 by trevor
A must read for anyone. Its a maximum two hour read, and will change you outlook on your endevors.Published on Jan. 30 2010 by Keith L. Davis
This book is a must read for businessmen, educators, coaches, and anyone who feels like they are in need of a lift! The parable in this book is a great motivator. Read morePublished on Oct. 26 2003 by "hab-txn"
ever failed to complete a task or project? did you have a good excuse? i am sure that you did... first, for yourself. then for others. Read morePublished on June 25 2003 by Jeff SKI Kinsey