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“The Power of Having Fun” is the topic on Thursday’s Show with Dave Crenshaw

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The Power of Having Fun

If you think you cannot or should not have fun at work, this is a must for you. If you’re the boss and think fun is out power of having funof place in your business, you need to hear what Dave Crenshaw has to say. “Fun is the key to success. If you want to be successful, having fun is not an option. It’s a necessity. By making fun a top priority—taking meaningful, enjoyable breaks each day, week, month, and year—you’ll not only be happier but be more productive, too!” That’s the blurb on Amazon.com for Dave Crenshaw’s new book, “The Power of Having Fun: How Meaningful Breaks Help You Get More Done.”  We will talk with Dave about the five-step system thousands of leaders have used to boost productivity and their careers. Hey, everybody! It’s time for recess. Let’s play! Be sure to tune in.

About Dave Crenshaw

Dave Crenshaw is the master of building productive leaders. He has appeared in Time magazine, USA Today, FastCompany, and the BBC News. His courses on LinkedIn Learning have received millions of views. He has written three books and counting, including The Myth of Multitasking which was published in six languages and is a time management bestseller. His fourth book, The Power of Having Fun, is due for release September 19, 2017. As an author, speaker, and online instructor, Dave has transformed hundreds of thousands of businesses leaders worldwide. DaveCrenshaw.com

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