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The Dream Enabler - Reference Guide
Paperback - English

Like most lawyers, I have had others attach labels to me over the years, including: (a) the baby faced assassin (b) the lawyer to get when you don't want to deal with a lawyer (c) the 'www' (why the wealthy win) guy. The one that has meant the most to me was coined by a small business operator I helped guarantee she survived and ultimately prospered during a difficult start up phase. She called me 'The Dream Enabler'. This book shares many of the key learnings I have been fortunate to discover while having unprecedented access to some of Australia's most successful people. As set out in the foreword to 'The Dream Enabler' book, for as long as I can remember, the obsessive study of great thinkers has been my favourite pastime. This Reference Guide is designed to be a companion to 'The Dream Enabler' book. It provides a framework to explore and achieve momentum in relation to each of the key concepts, leveraging the foundations explained in detail in 'The Dream Enabler'.

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
1925406229
EAN
9781925406221
Publication Date
28/01/2016
Pages
106
Dimension
22.86cm x 15.24cm x 0.56cm
Age Group
NA to NA
Grades
Not Applicable to Not Applicable
Lexile Level
0
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About Author

Burgess, Matthew
Matthew Burgess teaches creative writing and composition at Brooklyn College. He has been a poet-in-residence in New York City elementary schools through Teachers & Writers Collaborative since 2001, and currently he is completing his PhD at the CUNY Graduate Center. His work has appeared in various magazines and journals, and he recently received an award from the Fund for Poetry.




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