Can You Teach an Anthill to Fetch?

Once in awhile a really special book is published
that deserves our attention. ‘Teaching an Anthill
to Fetch’ by Stephen James Joyce, is one of those
books.

What if you could significantly improve the
collaboration and cooperation around you –
wouldn’t it be great? Think how much easier your
personal and professional life would be when you
could rely on the support and help of everyone.

Packed with stories that will change the way you
look at life, ‘Teaching an Anthill to Fetch’ is an
easy read, full of important insights.
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