C. D. Rencher Please, Step into my Office

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Please, Step into my Office

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Please, Step into my Office is a book that chronicles the author's multiple unique experiences that occurred during his 16 year career as a bartender. Sigmund Freud developed the therapeutic technique known as Free Association; Free Association is where a patient reports their thoughts without reservation and makes no attempt to concentrate while doing so. Outside of a professional therapist office, in the author's opinion, the bar setting is next likeliest place where Free Association is occurs. The author has met celebrities, people who work in extraordinary professions, and amazing every day people who have shared unsolicited glimpses of the people they are, the places they have been, and the things they have seen. The book is formatted as a collection of short stories, each with their own beginning, ending, and individual plot and theme. The one common denominator that permeates throughout the entirety of the book is the acquisition of knowledge and personal growth experienced by the author due to the encounters with the protagonist of each short story. The author hopes that the reader will find the book to be an easy read that is both entertaining and informative. So, with no further ado, Please, Step into my Office.

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Book Description AUTHORHOUSE, United States, 2012. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Please, Step into my Office is a book that chronicles the author's multiple unique experiences that occurred during his 16 year career as a bartender. Sigmund Freud developed the therapeutic technique known as Free Association; Free Association is where a patient reports their thoughts without reservation and makes no attempt to concentrate while doing so. Outside of a professional therapist office, in the author's opinion, the bar setting is next likeliest place where Free Association is occurs. The author has met celebrities, people who work in extraordinary professions, and amazing every day people who have shared unsolicited glimpses of the people they are, the places they have been, and the things they have seen. The book is formatted as a collection of short stories, each with their own beginning, ending, and individual plot and theme. The one common denominator that permeates throughout the entirety of the book is the acquisition of knowledge and personal growth experienced by the author due to the encounters with the protagonist of each short story. The author hopes that the reader will find the book to be an easy read that is both entertaining and informative. So, with no further ado, Please, Step into my Office. Seller Inventory # LIE9781477229644

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