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The Little Red Book of Wisdom

The Little Red Book of Wisdom

By Mark DeMoss
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.15 Stars

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On 1/29 ilovevoice2 wrote: The Little Red Book of Wisdom.                 Wisdom. Seems like an easy concept. Seems like something we should all easily grasp. On the contrary, wisdom seems like a foreign concept in our society. Quite often we know the ... The Little Red Book of Wisdom - Non-fiction

ilovevoice2's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/25 Ben Dempsey wrote: I was able to read and review this book as a member of the BookSneeze community. Views are my own. Mark does a great job of providing a great backstory of how his young adulthood was groomed by his father and how the impact of losing his father at an early age impacted him throughout his life. Provides ... Book Review: The Little Red Book of Wisdom by Mark DeMoss

Ben Dempsey's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/1 Michelle Cabiles wrote: This book is not as "practical" as I thought it would be but rather a collection of quotes and stories. I mean it's not like you would read it and get a straight-to-the-point answer to your problem... but it gives you a story first, then relates it to the point... so this could be a good book to read ... The Little Red Book of Wisdom by Mark DeMoss

Michelle's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/27 Mama Delights wrote: The book promises small wisdom insights from famous people like Billy Graham and Nelson Mandela and not so famous people as well. The book is split in two with wisdom for professional life and the second half of the book is wisdom for personal life. Some of the wisdom incorporated in the book seemed ... Great little book

Mama Delights' Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/15 chejoo wrote: "The little red book of wisdom" by Mark Demoss has been a delicious glass of fresh water in the middle of a 'wisdom desert' for me.I work in advertising and, too often, find myself surrounded by anything but wisdom.I thought this would be another 'illuminated but not understandable' kind of book but ... Little might be the new Great

chejoo's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/26 dmcclure wrote: The Little Red Book of Wisdom sat on my shelf for over a year before I pulled it down and devoured it over a weekend. From the title and the cover I anticipated this book to be about wisdom in general life and did not anticipate the wisdom that applies to business. As a middle manager for a large corporation, ... Small but packs a punch.

dmcclure's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/14 rileyjlc wrote: I have mixed feelings about suggesting this book to others. Mark DeMoss did a great job telling his story. Some of his stories seemed dry to me and didn't drive me to read more. There are other chapters that I read that fit perfect into what was happening in my life and I would definitely share that ... Bits of Wisdom

rileyjlc's Rating:

3 Stars

On 6/12 Henk-Jan van der Klis wrote: Mark DeMoss, president of the DeMoss Group, a public relations firm he founded in 1991 specifically to serve Christian organizations and causes, gathered his insights for living wisely from history, Scripture, and a lifetime of listening. DeMoss reads every single day a chapter of Proverbs, but knows ... Mark DeMoss – The Little Red Book of Wisdom

Henk-Jan van der Klis' Rating:

3 Stars

On 4/4 Arlene Somerton Smith wrote: No deathbed regrets: that is the wish of Mark DeMoss. He would like all of us to return to basics and practise skillful living to nurture success and prevent pitfalls. If we take DeMoss's advice we can incorporate wise practices into our lives. We can seek the company of older people, try mindful listening, ... A source of comfort and concern

Arlene Somerton Smith's Rating:

2 Stars

On 4/4 rubyslipperlady wrote: I appreciated this book and it had some very timing subjects. The book touches on ideas that are perhaps not popular but very forward thinking when it comes to protecting your business and family reputations, especially the chapter on guarding yourself with male:female work relationships. The book is ... Common Sense and More

rubyslipperlady's Rating:

4 Stars