Audiobooks Read By Steven Menasche

Steve Menasche is a conservatory-trained actor and musician who has toured the world with West Side Story, Jesus Christ Superstar, and the American Folk Theatre. As a voice actor, he has been the “guy next door” voice for numerous national radio and television campaigns, including Proactive, Arby’s, Countywide, Shaklee, and Lexus. He can also be seen as an on-screen actor featured in nationwide ads for IBM. He is a fourth-degree black belt in jujitsu who still practices regularly and volunteers for underprivileged children.

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Extended Sample Confucius  by Michael Schuman
Extended Sample Business Models for the Social Mobile Cloud  by Ted Shelton
Extended Sample Happy Accidents  by David Ahearn
Extended Sample Proactive Risk Management  by Preston G. Smith
Extended Sample The Vibrant Workplace  by Paul White
Extended Sample 50 Great Myths of Human Evolution  by John H. Relethford
Extended Sample Andy & Me and the Hospital  by Pascal Dennis
Extended Sample Elevate  by Rich Horwath
Extended Sample Achieve with Accountability  by Mike Evans
Extended Sample From Bud to Boss  by Kevin Eikenberry
Extended Sample Head, Heart and Guts  by David L. Dotlich
Extended Sample X  by Brian Solis
Extended Sample Predictive Analytics  by Eric Siegel
Extended Sample Generating Buy-In  by Mark S. Walton
Extended Sample Leadership 2030  by Georg Vielmetter
Extended Sample Social Selling Mastery  by Jamie Shanks
Extended Sample The New Rules of Retirement  by Robert C. Carlson
Extended Sample Planning a Successful Future  by John E. Sestina
Extended Sample Chaotics  by Philip Kotler
Extended Sample Mastering the Challenges of Leading Change  by H. James Dallas
Extended Sample The First Two Rules of Leadership  by David Cottrell
Extended Sample Hiring Greatness  by David E. Perry
Extended Sample Simply Brilliant  by Bernhard Schroeder
Extended Sample Why Simple Wins  by Lisa Bodell
Extended Sample Machine Learning  by Ethem Alpaydi
Extended Sample Utopia Is Creepy  by Nicholas Carr
Extended Sample Missed Information  by David Sarokin
Extended Sample Negotiating with Tough Customers  by Steve Reilly
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