Welcome to Forbes for February 28th, 2011 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.
In the cover story, we'll tell you about "Clayton Christensen: The Survivor" - Clayton Christensen beat a heart attack, advanced-stage cancer and a stroke in three years. Here's what he learned about life, death and fixing the health care system.
Also, "Chambers Challenged" - Cisco tried to repeat its business success just as the world became consumer-dominant.
Next, "The Return of the King" - Richard Petty's Nascar team hit the wall when the economy imploded. Now he's back and ready for another lap.
Then, "Need Funding? They'll Make You Pay" - Lendio advises entrepreneurs looking for loans. Is the advice worth the price?
We'll also tell you about, "Margin Medicine for Doctors" – Robert Novich has a better formula for struggling general practitioners: fewer patients, same money, more fun.
Followed by, "How To Prevent Burnout?" Burnout is a toxic combination of emotional exhaustion and diminished interest in work. Here are five ways to get oxygen to the flame.
And in our final story, "China's Secret Weakness" - Is historyrepeating itself?
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