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Discover Your Strengths

Your greatest opportunities for growth lie in your strengths, not in your weaknesses. Unfortunately most people, including myself, have been raised on the opposite belief. Most of us believe we must work on closing the gap of weakness, becoming more proficient where we lack to find success in our chosen field.
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Why We Run And Platte River

This month we recommend a couple shorter easy reads. Susan recommends a collection of novellas, Platte River by Rick Bass. Paul dusts of his bookshelf for a still timely memoir by Bernd Heinrich, Why We Run.

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The Razor’s Edge And An Unquiet Mind

The Razor’s Edge by W. Somerset Maugham

Published in 1944, The Razor’s Edge follows the life and travels of Larry Darrel who rejects the beaten path of his time to follow his own quest for meaning. He foregoes the life of career, marriage, and social standing to read 8 hours a day, travel to numerous countries, take odd jobs to make ends meet, all to further his knowledge and understanding of himself.

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