Is the ability to succeed in business hardwired into our DNA? Are entrepreneurs, like racing thoroughbreds, simply born to win? Instinct, by Thomas L. Harrison, is the first book to apply the tools and insights of human genome research to the concept of success. Harrison, a corporate CEO who began his career as a cell biologist, argues that successful people, particularly successful entrepreneurs, tend to have certain identifiable talents encoded in their genes. Harrison shows readers how to determine if they have inherited these genes, and how to compensate if they are lacking in some of these vital traits.
Thomas Harrison is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Diversified Agency Services (DAS), the worldâ€™s largest holding group of marketing services companies.
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