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Daniel Walsch

What should you do if your friend has a heart attack during dinner that it was his turn to pay for?

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ISBN : 978-1-84897-719-8
Published : 25/08/2016
Pages : 7
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Daniel Walsch

Daniel Walsch has been part of the communication field for more than forty years as a journalist, public relations professional, press secretary, speech writer, instructor and author. His most recent books include A Strategic Communication Approach to Crisis Situations: A Case Study Analysis of Transformative Events at George Mason University and Northern Illinois University, published in 2011 by Lambert Academic Publishing; and Communication Wars: Our Internal Perpetual Conflict and Organizational Spokemanship: So You Want to Become a Press Secretary, published in 2013 and 2014 respectfully by Cognella, Inc. Also, he maintains a blog, "Why Communication Matters," that may be accessed at He is an accredited public relations professional as certified by the Public Relations Society of America. He earned his PhD in communication at George Mason University. Dr Walsch resides with his wife in Fairfax, VA.


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Discover the definitely scientifically proven and entirely rational answers to these questions, and more, in this hilarious and fast-paced journey through the curious mind of Daniel Walsch. 

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