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for: ‘March, 2011’

Top 10 Places to Buy Surviving Your Serengeti

Top 10 Places to Buy Surviving Your Serengeti(according to Google)

Readers Supermarket
Express Textbooks

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Amazon is the first to update best seller dust jacket this weekend became the first bookstore to update the dust jacket of Surviving Your Serengeti by adding a strip across the top depicting the books “New York Times Bestseller” status.
The new dust jacket will be added to the third print of Surviving Your Serengeti and will be in bookstores mid April.

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Serengeti On Key Social Networks

Fans of “Surviving Your Serengeti” on facebook have climbed dramatically – at a rate of over 70 a day – from the beginning of this year and now has officially passed the 8,000 mark! That’s awesome! Thank you everyone. If you haven’t seen our facebook page yet, be sure to check it out at
Did you know that the wildly popular quiz “What Animal Am I?” is also available on facebook? If you haven’t already, take the quick 3 minute quiz at .
You can […]

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Serengeti Airport Contest

Two large airport retailers have ordered copies of Surviving Your Serengeti – Trofie and Paradies. Books can now be found on shelves at the below locations.
First 5 people to post a photo of our book Surviving Your Serengeti at any of the below locations and post it on our facebook wall ( will each receive a FREE autographed copy of Surviving Your Serengeti (also email to confirm).
Here is the list:


San Francisco International Airport

Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Boston Logan International Airport

Houston […]

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Don’t forget: Tomorrow is Earth Hour!

Don’t forget: Tomorrow is Earth Hour!
At 8:30 PM on Saturday 26th March 2011, lights will switch off around the globe for Earth Hour and people will commit to actions that go beyond the hour.

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First Global Rights Deal Signed

News Flash: Surviving your Serengeti has officially gone international! We recently received word that the first global rights deal was signed between J Wiley and Sons (our publishers) and Korea. We are ecstatic to hear the news and very honored that our book will soon be available in another language. Hopefully this will only be the beginning!

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GUEST BLOG by Richard Robbins

“I just finished reading the extraordinary book, Surviving Your Serengeti: 7 Skills to Master Business and Life. It is a book of hope in dark times, and one with great insights for business owners, but there are a number of other reasons that caused me to pick it up.” So says Richard Robbins, Co-founder and CEO of Richard Robbins International, a global sales and business coaching organization.
Richard’s blog post provides three great reasons why he loves Africa and supports this new business and life fable. […]

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Serengeti Launch Photos

We just received the photos that were taken by the professional photographer at the launch of “Surviving Your Serengeti” that was held in Anaheim on February 22nd. Here are some photos of Stefan’s presentation to 9,000 attendees!!
Stefan and the entire Serengeti team give a big thanks to Keller Williams Realty for inviting Stefan to be the keynote at their awesome Family Reunion conference!! It was awesome!!
DJ Swanepoel
Marketing Manager

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What Animal Am I Assessment Test — Also referred to as The WAAI Quiz

The “What Animal Am I” quiz has now officially been live 100 days and has provided the 25,000 people information that they did not know about themselves. Isn’t that awesome!!
Discover your strongest instinctive skill, your core inner strength, or as some call it, the animal in you. It is easy, only takes three minutes and is amazingly accurate.
Relating to wild animals in Africa, such as the strategic lion, the enduring wildebeest, or gracious giraffe (seven animals in total) is a non-threatening way to open the […]

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Save the Serengeti: 1st International Serengeti Day

Serengeti Day (March 19th) is both a celebration of the remarkable Serengeti ecosystem and an appeal to the world community to come to its aid.
The proposed commercial highway to be built through the Serengeti National Park threatens to devastate the ecosystem and the great migration. Many believe it will also destroy tourism revenue, tens of thousands of jobs, and a proud legacy of conservation.
Serengeti Watch is an outgrowth of, which spontaneously formed to oppose the highway. It is a permanent nonprofit organization that will […]

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