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This is the story of a journey from a council house boy to owner and founder of a top 20 branding and advertising agency. For over 20 years "been there, done that". How did he do that? Listen and enjoy a dry, witty, passionate story of success with total focus and a relentless belief in self. Believing in the currency of ideas, each short story will inspire anyone to find the motivation in yourself to do it your way. Find your own flow.

©2018 Tim Mortimer (P)2018 Tim Mortimer

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amazing delivery and great content

I find this book to be well worth the money, the advice contained in this book is remarkable.

dont hesitate to purchase

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short and sweet

well worth it.

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What was the point?

Each 'chapter' is about 3 minutes long and he doesn't really share anything.

It is more like he is reciting a CV of his career to remind himself of the things he once did.

It lacks substance, lesson and anecdotes.

I want my money back.

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“Totally Engaged”

Great purchase. Was totally engaged just shows how putting passion and determination in what you do can be rewarding. Tim made you feel like you were right there with him. Wish there was more like this.