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Author: L. David Harris Narrator: Talmadge Ragan Publisher: Author's Republic Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: December 2015 ISBN: 9781518904929
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How exactly does one become a trendsetter? Through this book, we will explore what it means to be an industry leader and a trendsetter. From there, we will talk about various practices you can put into place right now to make sure you get the edge on your competition. Throughout the book, we will comb through the archives of industry giants and discover what makes the men and women behind some of the most successful companies and agencies in the world and what makes them so good at what they do. Leadership is not out of reach if you’re willing to work for it. Success favors the bold, so on we go!

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About the Author

L. David Harris is an editor, public speaker, voice-over artist, freelance writer, and author with almost twenty years of professional experience. His passion is to use words and technology responsibly as effective agents of change the world over. As such, he considers any contribution he makes in these ways a privilege.

About the Narrator

Talmadge Ragan is a classically trained professional actor who has appeared on stage, screen, and television. She does voice work for commercials, narrations, films, and radio theater. Her love of reading propelled her to add audiobooks to her repertoire, and she brings authenticity and versatility to her work. Her recordings include Margarita Nights by Phyllis Smallman, The Women’s Rights Movement by Shane Mountjoy, and Afterage by Yvonne Navarro.