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  • Karlee Fain

    Beautiful Book Cover Designs for 2010

  • Kimberly Green-goldsborough

    Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard. It's on my "to do" reading list.

  • Bridget Jardeleza

    librarian tells all: Book Review - Switch: How To Change When Change Is Hard by Chip Heath & Dan Heath

  • Suzanna McGee

    What does it take to develop new habits? We always want to start something: get fitter, get leaner, learn a new skill... In this book, the author talks about the process of creating new habits and what to do to stick with them. Short little book, worth reading!

  • Nadejda Karaboycheva

    Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard by Chip Heath and Dan Heath

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