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Question: Our firm just started a book club in January. We decided to read one
book per quarter. It's August already, and getting people to join the
teleconference recently for the SECOND book was comparable to pulling
I was not the person who started this club, but I
certainly hate to see it end before it's had a chance to succeed. So,
if any of you have ever had a successful book club in your firm, could
you please share your ideas and I'll pass them on and see if they can
work for us, too.
Thanks in advance for any and all suggestions. -- Gwen
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