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Welcome to the communication-intensive Fifth Wave where achievement is more than just graduating from a good school and obtaining a set of skills. In an era where information travels and technology spreads almost instantaneously, the next frontier is about us, not the external forces that we often blame for our own lack of achievement. Great strides and advantages in competitive business are now attained through self-knowledge, available to everyone regardless of your skills or education. All it requires is the desire to confront yourself, and to make difficult but ultimately rewarding decisions for the sake of personal and professional growth. In this important audio program, Morris Shechtman shows us the principles he shared with such major corporations as Hewlett-Packard, Pepsico, and Time Warner to help prominent businesspeople discover how to self-disclose, build stronger teams, and modify their behavior to increase personal and professional satisfaction. Download and start listening now!

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About the Author

Morris R. Shechtman is an internationally known change-management consultant and chairman of the Shechtman Institute. His clients include Arthur Andersen, ConAgra, Northwestern Mutual Life, and the Young Presidents Organization. He has brought about remarkable gains in individual and collective productivity by teaching managers how to become agents of personal growth and development.