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How NOT to Hire a Guy Like Me: Lessons Learned from CEOs’ Mistakes is now available.

This 130 page treasure is jam packed with the lessons I’ve learned – and that you can, too! – from the mistakes of businesses and CEOs who failed.

How Not to Hire A Guy Like Me covers topics such as checking your ego as a business leader, confronting your harsh realities, being proactive rather than reactive, keeping your banker from burying you, stopping fraud before it starts, understanding the bigger picture and using communication and buy-in as tools towards success.

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