Bumblebees Can't Fly

Bumblebees Can't Fly

A Practical Guide to Making Everything Work

Book - 2001
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In theory, bumblebees should not be able to fly, but they do. Because they have to. But people, no matter how smart or how skilled they might be, do not always get off the ground. We are all born with common sense, but we don't always -- or often -- use it.

Must we drift without direction the rest of our lives?
Are we doomed if we seem incapable of using our common sense?

No, says bestselling author and professional speaker Barry Siskind. In Bumblebees Can't Fly, he shows you how to develop and follow his Seven Strategies of Common Sense. After mastering these simple yet shrewd strategies, you will begin to make more confident decisions, improve your foresight, listen to the wisdom already deep within you -- and fly, like the bumblebees
Publisher: Toronto : Stoddart, c2001.
ISBN: 9780773733008
Characteristics: viii, 118 p. ;,22 cm.


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