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Old September 24th, 2001, 11:33
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The Max Strategy

The Max Strategy Dale Dauten gives a fresh look at success that radically contradicts the standard pop psychology. In this easy to read book, a story is told about a young man learning the secrets of success from an old man. The older man states he has just one goal: to be different every day. The old man reasons that to attain success, a person must improve every day, i.e. "be different." Contrary to most books on success that emphasize detailed, written goals, this story states that experimentation and change form the foundation of success in life. I really enjoyed this book. It was a quick read. Grade: B+
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