Attack Out of the Sun by Durwood J. Heinrich Ph.D.
Lessons from the Red Baron for Our Business and Personal Lives

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"Manfred von Richthofen is widely known as the famous pilot who achieved an incredible eighty aerial victories, eclipsing all other aces of World War I. He became a living legend not only to the German people, but also to his opponents, who admired his prowess and affectionately referred to him as the Red Baron.
In Attack Out of the Sun: Lessons from the Red Baron for Our Business and Personal Lives, author Dr. Durwood J. Heinrich explores the life of Richthofen, a man who lived to be only twenty-five years old but who still had a tremendous impact on the lives of many. Heinrich examines the Red Baron’s personality, technical skills, management style, leadership ability, strategies, and undaunted determination.
Against the backdrop of Richthofen’s positive attributes as a wartime hero, Attack Out of the Sun focuses on preparation and planning for success, execution for results, and evaluation and renewal in order to help you improve your business interactions and personal life."
 

About Durwood J. Heinrich Ph.D.

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Durwood J. Heinrichis a motivational speaker, consultant, 14,000-hour pilot, and avid enthusiast of aviation war heroes. He frequently conducts presentations on Richthofen and aviation safety issues. He holds a B.S. In aerospace engineering, An M.S. In management, and a Ph.D. In organizational psychology. He resides in Austin, Texas.
 
Published October 11, 2010 by iUniverse. 344 pages
Genres: Self Help, Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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