Reply All: A Governor's Story 1999-2007

Reply All A Governor s Story This book tells the story of Jeb Bush s governorship through his email exchanges with his staff members of the media and the Floridians he served from Governor Bush spent hours a week

  • Title: Reply All: A Governor's Story 1999-2007
  • Author: Jeb Bush Columba Bush
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This book tells the story of Jeb Bush s governorship through his email exchanges with his staff, members of the media and the Floridians he served from 1999 2007 Governor Bush spent 25 30 hours a week using email to stay connected to his mission of being the best leader for Florida he could possibly be This book illustrates his unique, hands on leadership style and the tThis book tells the story of Jeb Bush s governorship through his email exchanges with his staff, members of the media and the Floridians he served from 1999 2007 Governor Bush spent 25 30 hours a week using email to stay connected to his mission of being the best leader for Florida he could possibly be This book illustrates his unique, hands on leadership style and the tremendous record of achievement he compiled as the governor of America s 4th largest state.

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    1. When I was a political reporter for the Latin Times, I read this book as research for an article. Here's the key graph, as well as a link to the article.“'Reply All' is a compendium of official and citizen emails. The book is terribly boring, but it does have a few interesting bits -- bits that we have painfully pulled out for you, dear reader, between drooping eyelids and neck-stretching yawns."latintimes/jeb-bush-re

    2. I have a whole new respect for jeb after reading this book. Although the 2016 election seems to have tagged him as a man with little personality, his works show otherwise. He is defiantly a doer. I love the way the book was written. It give a unique insight into the office of governor - one that I would hope more governors would duplicate.

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