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The Heart Aroused: Poetry and the Preservation of the Soul in Corporate America

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2003

    Other Critics miss the point

    To discuss David's book in singular terms relating to business life is to miss the point entirely. This book is not about just our work life, it is about our whole life. I have both the audio and the paperback. I refer to it frequently, not as a phrase of the day inspiration as if in recovery, but as a opening to a part of life that is denied by what we do everyday. And we don't just do it in our work, we do it in our relationships and our involvements. David did a marvelous job (no pun intended) identifying what we refuse to acknowledge about our soul life. We spend so much time defending ourselves in all of those things in life that absorb all of our time; our job, our marriage, our religion. David correctly shows that our soul life goes on regardless of what we do. We just need to recognize it and integrate it. What a beautiful gift!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2001

    Creative Business Writing at Its Best

    Whyte is an outstanding poet. The book realistically addresses the self-limiting corporate culture on creativity. His insight into human nature-fear, emotional freedom, self esteem, desire to create, etc. is exceptionally well told through poetic stories. The book is an inspirational work, especially to readers that have spent many years in corporate America fighting the battle within themselves. It's a must read for senior management and leaders.

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