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Polar Bear Pirates by Adrian Webster
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Describing Adrian Webster's route to business and personal success, this text contains a whole universe of characters and terminology that everyone should instantly recognize and relate to. "Polar bear pirates", highly focused, successful, fun-loving people who truly believe in life before death, are on a quest to reach "fat city". But as we follow the fortunes of these highly motivated bears, we see how they must fight off some pretty ruthless and often highly elusive enemies who are determined to block their paths and shatter their dreams Here's a brief sketch of just some of these treacherous characters. Sinkers are the bitter losers who, as disciples of the pear shape, despise anyone else's success and derive immense pleasure from torpedoing it. Head treads are those who block anyone coming up the success ladder; they are devoid of talent, having only got where they are through brown nosing, knife throwing and luck. Neg ferrets are pessimistic warriors of doom with insatiable appetites for other people's problems, molasses men are the sweet but slow, well-meaning people who are burdened by the beliefs of others, and bloaters are boasting, lazy, obnoxious and tediously egotisti

Author Biography

ADRIAN WEBSTER worked in the field of IT sales management for several years, where he demonstrated an extraordinary ability to motivate and inspire others to achieve phenomenal success. Today he combines his vast experience as a motivator and team builder with his highly entertaining approach to public speaking to offer audiences across the UK and Europe a compelling vision of personal and professional success.
Release date NZ
September 1st, 2003
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Bantam Books (Transworld Publishers a division of the Random House Group)
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