Life Imitates Science by James C Wylie

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Book Description

61OpbxX0aQL._SX332_BO1,204,203,200_We have heard the familiar expression “life imitates art”. This book will give insights as to how life can also imitate science. The book is intended to be an easy read in describing certain scientific principles and concept. These concepts are further illustrated or imitated through the life of a working professional and through actual business cases. The book will cover science topics such as: Equilibrium, Equations of State, State and Path Functions, Buffers, and Stress. Some of these concepts may be familiar while others may not. The intent is to give the reader a perspective on why professionals may not be making as much progress with their lives, what are some of the challenges that they may face and how to manage them, and why certain successful businesses end up struggling after reaching the mountain top. Business examples will include companies like Dell, Ford, Nokia, IBM. and GM.

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“I would definitely recommend this book”

Five Star Review on Amazon By stephen meng

I picked up this book out of curiosity and finished it on a 3 hour plane ride. It is a very enjoyable read. As someone in the sciences, I found it offered a unique and interesting take on scientific principles as they relate to life challenges that everyone experiences. For people without science backgrounds, the author does a superb job in explaining things in an easy-to-understand way and sprinkles life anecdotes that anyone can appreciate. Overall, I would definitely recommend this book.

About the Author

Jim is the founder and principal of The Epiphany Experience. Jim has had extensive working experience in private industry for over 30 years. His technical experiences include design engineering and project management. His commercial experiences include new product development, product management, marketing, field sales, and global key account management. Jim also worked as a corporate recruiter. Jim has also been involved in academia as an adjunct professor teaching industrial marketing, international marketing, and retail marketing.