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Max Siegel, CEO of Max Siegel Inc., a sports and media conglomerate, made history as the highest-ranking African-American executive in NASCAR when he became president of global operations at Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Before that, at Sony/BMG, he was on the executive team that managed the careers of Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, and Usher, and was president of Zomba Gospel. The coauthor of About My Father's Business: Merging Ministry and Industry, he divides his time between Charlotte, North Carolina, and Indianapolis, Indiana. G.F. Lichtenberg is the author of Playing Catch with My Mother, a memoir, and coauthor of books on business, new media, education, and self-help. A professor of creative writing at Columbia University, he lives in New York City.
"Siegel shows us how to successfully navigate situations that may arise at work, in the home, or in personal relationships. More, he shows how, if the cards are played right, everyone walks away a winner--an empowering feeling if ever there was one." -- Chris Gardner, author of The Pursuit of Happyness and Start Where You Are "Working with Max closely for over a decade, I have benefited personally from the treasures in this book--and I am a walking testimony to its real-life benefits." -- Kirk Franklin, Seven-Time Grammy Award Winner "In a world of constant distraction and pointless conflicts, Know What Makes Them Tick shows you how to find the clarity to pursue the vision that matters most, and to share that vision with those who can help make it a reality." -- Ken Mok, television producer, America's Next Top Model "Who is this book for? Anyone who wants to make a difference." -- Bob Johnson, founder of Black Entertainment Television, chairman of The RLJ Companies, and owner of the Charlotte Bobcats "Max Siegel was part of the inner circle that helped to shape our careers. . . For anyone who's ever wished for a Siegel to represent him or her, it's all right here in Know What Makes Them Tick." -- Tony Gwynn, Eight-time National League Batting Champion, Baseball Hall of Fame; and Alicia Gwynn, Philanthropist "When Max speaks, people listen ... and when Max writes, people read and learn. If you want to grow both personally and professionally, then join the winners and leaders who find wisdom with Max Siegel. -- Chuck Wielgus, CEO of USA Swimming