I Found the Book in Me

Pumping my head with someone else’s words helps me form my own. It’s that simple.

I read a lot and listen to music all the time particularly when I read. Even in the office. I have had a boom box under my desk for many years. I am respectful to others and will ask if it is ok if I play it during conversations. I have never had someone tell me no. I turn it off for conference calls and more formal meetings.

At home we have speakers throughout the house, including outside on the deck and in our yard. I have a neighbor who calls the police on me once or twice a year. He doesn’t like music. It must suck to be him. To read the rest of my book announcement click here. 

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About the author: Christian J. Farber and wife Susan live in Tinton Falls, NJ. Their home is near the shore where they spend a lot of time at the beach with their three boys. Chris is a featured and contributing author on many social media platforms. These include The Thrive Global, Huffington Post, Good Men Project and LinkedIn. Chris has had a long career in Marketing and Sales. He is a visionary thinker on business development. Chris has a reputation for building high-performing marketing and sales teams. His unique management style focuses on allowing people to perform without pressure or interference. Chris led many successful teams and performed transformation work at State Street Bank. Further, he has had success at start-up companies like Albridge Solutions. At Albridge, Chris was an early employee and helped lead the company’s dramatic growth. Albridge, acquired by PNC Bank in 2008 for more than $300 million, is now a unit of The Bank of New York.

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