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Great post topic, this is uber marketing, the down low and scroungy reality of productivity and morale boosting.

The best gift you can give your employees is a Tom Peters, Laura Ries, Seth Godin, Peter Drucker, Harvey Mackay, Debbie Weil, Dave Weinberger, Robert Scoble, Shel Israel, Christopher Locke, John Battelle, or Jeremy Wright book.

Who the heck cares if the book and author are "unusual" I wonder? Really? It takes Business As Usual fear to kill a company. We must, to survive, go to Business As Phenomenal, just to stay alive in the ferocious global tech-driven economy.

Yes, books can be a very personal gift. When you enjoy a book that someone recommended, or gave, you really feel as if you are on the same wavelength as that person.

Excellet work Valeria!

Great idea, great post, and a cool addition to my bloglines feeds. I'm recommending your blog as a good stop to make!

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