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Dogs don’t bark at parked cars. Dogs only chase moving objects. If you aspire to invest your life in a noble goal; you will experience barking dogs. But you do not have to stop the car for them.

Drawing from a life time of entrepreneurial experiences and relationships with some of today’s most dynamic business leaders, Jeff Piersall and Eric Wright have identified ten core principles that are the blocking and tackling of a successful life. Delivered in an engaging and narrative style, Dogs Don’t Bark at Parked Cars inspires and challenges you with timeless and worthy wisdom.

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