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Jack writes this autobiography from a lifetime of experience. He chronicles his childhood, pointing out how, where, or from whom he acquires his natural competitive nature and self-confidence, as well as his people skills and curiosity and reach. He exemplifies that learning to lose is as important as winning and how failures, more often than not, are learning experiences. There is also such a thing as staying too long in one place, position, or job rather than risking change.

Jack discusses how he methodically prepares for and executes his technical abilities as a professional chemical engineer. He is fortunate to arrive at GE during the cutting edge development stage of plastics. It is his mentoring and innate ability to associate with all types of people that help him throughout his life and career.

Jack's audience ranges from post-high school to career professionals. Student readers can understand basic personal...

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