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Just Blown In

CoverAnd as long as we're talking about books, check out the new cover for GUST - The "Tale" Wind of Office Politics.  The great folks at Lexicon have been feverishly working toward an April 13 release date (the first run is about to go to the printer).  A special thanks to Roger for some advice on the cover design.

For those who read my first book, Race Through The Forest, you'll notice that this book has a bit more edge to it.  Gone are the quirky character names (a la feedback from Steve and Phil).  What stays constant is a commitment to write a business fable with immediate, take-back-to-your-desk application.

I'll continue to write more about this book in specific as well as other office politics issues on this site.  And you can also continue to read my commentary on the subject on Franke James' Office-Politics site.

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Phil Gerbyshak

What a remarkable cover Tim. I think this really captures the essence of this book; the push and pull of office politics. Love the metaphor of the fight between an umbrella and the wind, and ourself...Very cool! Lencioni - look out!

Timothy Johnson

Thanks Phil... also appreciate the "link love" from your site. Exciting stuff happening.

Yes, Lexicon did an amazing job capturing the essence of the Office Politics struggle with the metaphor from the book.

Terry Starbucker

Like it. Well done Tim! Phil is absolutely correct. All the best.

Timothy Johnson

Thanks Terry... exciting times ahead

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