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THE FRED FACTOR
Mark Sanborn

In his powerful new book THE FRED FACTOR, motivational speaker Mark
Sanborn recounts the true story of Fred, the mail carrier who
passionately loves his job and who genuinely cares about the people he
serves. Because of that, he is constantly going the extra mile
handling the mail - and sometimes watching over the houses - of the
people on his route, treating everyone he meets as a friend. Where
others might see delivering mail as monotonous drudgery, Fred sees an
opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those he serves.
We've all encountered people like Fred in our lives. In THE FRED
FACTOR, Mark Sanborn illuminates the simple steps each of us can take
to transform our own lives from the ordinary - into the extraordinary.
Sanborn, through stories about Fred and others like him, reveals the
four basic principles that will help us bring fresh energy and
creativity to our life and work: how to make a real difference
everyday, how to become more successful by building strong
relationships, how to create real value for others without spending a
penny, and how to constantly reinvent yourself.
By following these principles, and by learning from and teaching other
"Freds," you, too, can excel in your career and make your life
extraodinary. As Mark Sanborn makes clear, each of us has the
potential be a Fred.THE FRED FACTOR shows you how.
 
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| Buy this book now before everybody else on rbr does.
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| THE FRED FACTOR
| Mark Sanborn
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| In his powerful new book THE FRED FACTOR, motivational speaker Mark
| Sanborn recounts the true story of Fred, the mail carrier who
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| "Freds," you, too, can excel in your career and make your life
| extraodinary. As Mark Sanborn makes clear, each of us has the
| potential be a Fred.THE FRED FACTOR shows you how.

You forgot the ISBN: 0-385-51351-8
Thanks for the reading suggestion. I have to admit that my Fredness
has slipped away since I got into cycling. I still remember my, shudder,
105 spec'ed Raleigh with a TRIPLE CHAINRING and a mirror.
I still remember the wrong sized Miyata with no seat post showing.
Somehow, it's all gone like an ice cube on a hot Texas day.