The Little Big Things by Tom Peters: 163 Ways to Pursue Excellence
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Reviewed by allyson2 on Oct 2, 2010
Inspired me every day
For several months, I started my work day with an installment of "The Little BigThings." While most of the stories and advice contained things I already knew at some level, they almost always contained something I needed to be reminded of.
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