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How To Be A Fierce Competitor By Jeffrey J. Fox – Book Review

“What Winning Companies and Great Managers Do in Tough Times”, is the tagline of Jeffery J. Fox’s book entitled “How To Be A Fierce Competitor.” As you can probably gather just from the title, this book is rather feisty. It’s all about how to be the #1 company anyone has ever had the pleasure to do business with. I’ll tell you all about this book and give you my recommendation in just a bit, though I first have to answer this question: “Peter, why are you reviewing this book?”

The answer is simple and in two parts: a) the book is a good book and b) Mr. Fox himself sent me a autographed edition! That .. and I also promised to review it a while back. Here is the article I wrote up about the super, awesome, synergistic signed copy: http://piotrkrzyzek.com/my-signed-copy-of-jeffery-foxs-new-book-how/

So let’s get down right into it.

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My Signed Copy of Jeffery Fox’s New Book: How To Be A Fierce Competitor

Woohoo! As promised Jeffery sent a signed 1st edition of his latest book “How To Be A Fierce Competitor” to me! I haven’t had the time yet to sit down with and read it, though I will soon. Before I go into what this book has, after ONLY a quick breeze through it, here’s all […]

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Perftect Phrases for Business Letters By Ken Q’Quinn – Book Review

Perfect Phrases for Business Letters by Ken Q’Quin (I don’t know his actual website, but he is on Facebook! Woot!) is one of those book you won’t want sitting on a shelf collecting dust. You’ll want to keep this book by right next to your computer and in your brief case when you go out. […]

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How To Get To The Top By Jeffrey J. Fox – Book Review

“How To Get To The Top: Business Lessons Learned At The Dinner Table” by Jeffrey J. Fox is a rather interesting book to read and not what I expected (in a good way). I’ve read my fair share of books like this, some better some worse and this book started out rather grim. I don’t […]

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