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Join-Up: Horse Sense for People By Monty Roberts

Join-Up: Horse Sense for People
by Monty Roberts

Public reaction to Monty and his books has convinced Monty that the concept of "join-up" can help both humans' business and personal communication. This text is full of stories of those who have found, through Monty Roberts, the strength to face their problems, whatever they may be.
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Join-Up: Horse Sense for People Summary


The man who listens to horses talks to people. 'Monty Roberts will make you marvel. The Man Who Listens to Horses will first break, then mend your heart.' New York Times Already famous for his way with horses, Monty Roberts now wants to revolutionise the way we communicate with each other. His principles of trust and non-violence, about which he speaks so passionately and lucidly in his public demonstrations, made corporations from all over the world send their managers to watch his work with horses. They saw that Monty's techniques could be applied to business leadership and training. People of all kinds all over the world write and talk to Monty Roberts everywhere, because his passion for understanding, for gentleness, for fairness, reaches all of his audiences. They respond to his ideas of how we can make the world in which we live and work a better place. 'The demonstration by Monty Roberts taught us some valuable lessons in peoplemanship. Each of us learned something we could bring back to our daily lives.' Richard H Frank, Chairman, Walt Disney Communications We can't all meet him, so in response to the almost universal demand to Monty to make his life-changing thinking available to everyone, he wrote this book.

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Sku
GOR001650229
Title
Join-Up: Horse Sense for People
Author
Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Hardback
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers
Year published
Number of pages
288
ISBN 10
0002571072
ISBN 13
9780002571074
Prizes
N/A
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