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100 Ways to Succeed #52
I'm an Engineer.
Tops at all things mathematical.
Writing didn't come easy to me.
I'm still not worth a damn—but at least I'm articulate. And perhaps I've found my "voice."
Wanna know why?
Because I worked my ass off!
("Worked my ass off = Wrote a lot.)
Good writing matters!
(It can move mountains.)
(Odds are, neither you nor I will challenge Graham Swift, but we can damn well be much, much better than we are ...which matters.)
So: Work your ass off on your writing, from emails to Blog Posts to Letters to your Mum.
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Tom & Bob Waterman coauthored In Search of Excellence in 1982; the book was named by NPR (in 1999) as one of the "Top Three Business Books of the Century," and ranked as the "greatest business book of all time" in a poll by Britain's Bloomsbury Publishing (2002). Tom followed Search with a string of international bestsellers: A Passion for Excellence (1985, with Nancy Austin), Thriving on Chaos (1987), Liberation Management (1992: acclaimed as the "Management Book of the Decade" for the '90s), The Tom Peters Seminar: Crazy Times Call for Crazy Organizations (1993), The Pursuit of WOW! (1994); The Circle of Innovation: You Can't Shrink Your Way to Greatness (1997); and in 1999 a series of books on Reinventing Work: The Brand You50, The Project50 and The Professional Service Firm50. In 2003 Tom and publisher Dorling Kindersley released Re-imagine! Business Excellence in a Disruptive Age; the revolutionary book, an immediate No.1 international best seller, aims to do no less than reinvent the business book through vibrant, energetic presentation of critical ideas.
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