How Full Is Your Bucket?

How Full Is Your Bucket

Authors: Tom Rath,Donald O. Clifton

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Tom Rath opens your eyes to something you don’t even realize — your communication with the people in your life can either make you feel like nothing is impossible or it can make you feel absolutely worthless. In this book, he shows you how you can thrive on the positivity and how you can work your way around the inevitable negativity as well.

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