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Lisa Kleypas (born 1964) is a award-winning American author of historical and contemporary romance novels.
I like this communication quote because it looks to the holistic person rather than just the superficial side. Hermann Hesse was born in 1877 in a little town called Calw near the black forest in Germany. Abraham Harold Maslow (1908 a€“ 1970) was born to a family of Russian Jews who left Russia under antisemitism during the Czar era. Brilliant ideas go nowhere unless your people are aligned, collaborative, and team-oriented. Whether it was to speak your opinion at a time that mattered or to express feelings to another when there would never be that opportunity again. He was an award-winning journalist and radio reporter, famous for his on-the-spot radio reports from London and other locations in Europe during World War II that electrified radio audiences as news programming never had before.


He grew up in Brooklyn and studied in the University of Wisconsin, USA.He was a famous psychologist who's most well-known work was in the development of the Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
This quote came from her book called "Sugar Daddy" which she published as part of the Travis series in 2007. A German poet, novelist, and painter, his world renowned books include Steppenwolf, Siddhartha, and The Glass Bead Game; books that explore spirituality, knowledge of one's self and authenticity.
He lead a colorful life as a reporter for CBS as well as being the head of the American National Information Agency and a member of the American security council.
This very famous quote was published in his book "The Psychology of Science", published in 1966.



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