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Un libro especialmente inspirador basado en una historia verdadera, El factor Fred transmite un importante mensaje que modificara la actitud del lector hacia el trabajo y hacia la vida. El autor relata la historia real de Fred, un cartero del Servicio Postal de los Estados Unidos quien logra convertir su profesion en una apasionante carrera, llena de satisfacciones para el y sus clientes. Mark Sanborn nos ofrece en este exito editorial nacional una guia de los cuatro principios basicos que nos ayudaran a destacarnos en la vida y en el trabajo, haciendo de nosotros mejores personas y sobre todo felices. Despues de escuchar este libro narrado fielmente por Jorge Pupo, usted tendra un renovado sentido de la creatividad y una gran energia para alcanzar el exito deseado en la vida.

About the Author(s) of El factor Fred

Mark Sanborn is the author of El factor Fred

Mark Sanborn es el presidente de Sanborn & Associates, Inc., un laboratorio de ideas para el desarrollo de liderazgo y para la transformación de lo ordinario en extraordinario. Es considerado por como uno de los 30 mejores expertos en liderazgo a nivel mundial, Mark es un conferencista galardonado y autor de ocho libros, incluyendo El factor Fred, el cual es un best seller internacional del New York Times, Business Week, y Wall Street Journal. Vive en el Highlands, Colorado, con su familia.

El factor Fred Full Details

Length2 hours and 45 minutes
AuthorMark Sanborn
PublisherRecorded Books, Inc.
Release dateAugust 22, 2008


El factor Fred includes the following subjects: The BISAC Subject Code is Business & Economics, General

Additional info

The imprint is Recorded Books, Inc.. It is supplied by Recorded Books, Inc.. The ISBN-13 is 9781436133227.

Global Availability

This book is only available in the United States.

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