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May 2, 2013 / peoplesbookprize

E-Mail From The Soul by William Ayot

The People’s Book Prize Spring Collection – today’s highlighted book is:

E-Mail From The Soul by William Ayot

Published by PS Avalon
ISBN 978-0-9572246-1-2
Spring 2013

Synopsis

Ayot’s poetry has helped leaders from around the world to pause, reflect and re-think, to re-engage with their imaginations and refresh themselves. This collection reminds us that timeless challenges can still find contemporary champions, and old virtues can find new venues, even in the jargon-polluted corporate world.

Author’s Biography

William Ayot is a poet, presenter, and workshop leader with extensive experience in corporate world. In the early nineties he underwent a personal transformation and since that time has devoted himself to working with others as a poet, storyteller, facilitator, coach and mentor.

Reviews

Occasionally a book comes along that changes the way we see the world and ourselves – [this is] such a book. — Andrew White, Associate Dean, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford

I have witnessed first-hand the profound impact of Ayot’s poems on leaders seeking to take themselves to the next level. — Michael Watkins, Author “The First 90 Days”
Ayot’s poems are tools for survival, a way to preserve in yourself, and recognise in others, the roots of human feeling, passion, power and decency. — Philip Gross, Poet and Author, winner T.S.Eliot Prize

Price: £10.00

Once again thank you for your comments and for making The People’s Book Prize “a truly democratic book prize decided exclusively by the public”

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Patron:  Frederick Forsyth CBE

Founding Patron:  Dame Beryl Bainbridge DBE

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