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Issue Date: July 2011 Web Features, Posted On: 7/6/2011


Book Review: The Go-Giver
Book Review: The Go-Giver: A Little Story about a Powerful Business Idea
By Bob Burg and John David Mann

In the spirit of our next issue's focus of building your business, The Go-Giver should be on the bookshelf of all who aspire to achieve any level of success in business and personal growth. The book is written in the format of a parable with a powerful message about the spirit of giving, generosity and abundance. The Go-Giver illustrates five principles about how financial success and personal fulfillment correlate directly with how much value you add to people's lives. Though not "fitness-specific," this book will resonate with fitness professionals as it connects transformation and success with generosity... all concepts of which fitness professionals are aligned.

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