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Ricardo Semler is the CEO and majority owner of Semco Partners, a Brazilian company best known for its radical form of industrial democracy and corporate re-engineering.
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The Oxford Shakespeare
The Complete Works, 2nd Edition
William Shakespeare - 2002-11-07 (first published in 1597)
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Explore the most authoritative anthology of William Shakespeare's work with The Oxford Shakespeare. Featuring the texts of all the plays and poems, this anthology is the result of extensive research and presents the most comprehensive examination of the nature and authority of Shakespeare's work. This updated second edition includes previously unrecognized authentic works by Shakespeare to establish the canon and chronological order of composition. With an introduction to each work, illuminating general introduction, and additional secondary material, this anthology is an essential addition to any Shakespeare lover's collection.
Ricardo Semler
Has all of the human traits; if you look somewhere you will find it, either in King Lear or Hamlet or Macbeth; it’s there.      source
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The Little Prince
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry - 2000-06-29 (first published in 1943)
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Discover the heartwarming story of a little prince and his journey through the galaxy in this beloved classic. Celebrated poet Richard Howard's translation beautifully captures the unique style and spirit of author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. This edition also features restored original artwork, making it a timeless addition to any reader's collection. Suitable for all ages and even chosen as a Common Core Text Exemplar, The Little Prince is a must-read for anyone seeking a tale of friendship, love, and adventure.
Ricardo Semler
Says that you are responsible for everything that you captivate.      source
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Synchronicity
An Acausal Connecting Principle. (From Vol. 8. of the Collected Works of C. G. Jung) (Bollingen Series XX
C. G. Jung - 1973-12-21 (first published in 1952)
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Discover the groundbreaking work of C. G. Jung on synchronicity, the inexplicable coincidences and juxtapositions that fascinate us all. From his early discussions with Albert Einstein to his final correspondence with Wolfgang Pauli, Jung's research into psychic phenomena is presented in this classic work, originally published in 1952. Learn about his astrological experiment to test his theory and delve into a wealth of historical and contemporary material. This paperback edition includes a new foreword by Sonu Shamdasani, Philemon Professor of Jung History at University College London.
Ricardo Semler
Gives you an enormous insight into the people who are doing things and why they’re doing things.      source
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The Archetypes and The Collective Unconscious
C. G. Jung - 1969-01-01 (first published in 1959)
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Explore the fundamentals of psychologist C. G. Jung's psychological system in this insightful work. Discover the archetypes and the collective unconscious through essays outlining Jung's theories on the psychology of the unconscious and the relationship between the ego and the unconscious. This book includes original versions of the essays in an informative appendix.
Ricardo Semler
I always go back to The Archetypes and The Collective Unconscious .      source
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Parables and Paradoxes
Franz Kafka - 1961-01-13 (first published in 1935)
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Discover a fascinating collection of parables and paradoxes from a renowned author's novels, short stories, and personal letters. This bilingual book will take you on a journey through Kafka's thought-provoking and often enigmatic works, offering unique insights into his world and his unique style of storytelling.
Ricardo Semler
Wonderful.      source