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Thursday, June 1, 2017

Redneck MBA:Book Review: 13 Ways To Kill Your Community

We were sent a copy of 13 Ways To Kill Your Community written by Doug Griffiths by his publicist so that we could write this review.

All the time we see the words “Must Read” to describe a book.  Maybe those words get used a bit too often.  However, 13 Ways To Kill Your Community truly is a must read.

Doug Griffiths uses an unusual approach to teach his readers what they can do to strengthen their communities.  The 13 ways listed should probably be obvious but, unfortunately, they are not.

If you are a community leader, thought leader, elected official, or political candidate, you can’t afford not to read 13 Ways To Kill Your Community.  You need to hear this.

If you are not a  community leader, thought leader, elected official, or political candidate, you still can’t afford not to read 13 Ways To Kill Your Community.  We are all responsible for what takes place in our communities.  

This book is very well written.  It has several stories about what Mr. Griffiths ran into while presenting 13 Ways To Kill Your Community in live presentations.  You will hear how clueless the world at large really is.  You may even discover something about yourself you did not realize.

We give 13 Ways To Kill Your Community all five stars.  Not only is it well written and entertaining, it is also vitally important.  Once you have read it, you will want to pass it along to others.  Maybe you will want to buy a copy to donate to your local library.  

We suggest that anyone who cares anything at all about their community read 13 Ways To Kill Your Community.  Maybe even add this book to your reading club.  Who knows, if you aren’t careful, you just might accidentally improve your community.

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