Relationships + Networking + Little Things = Success
If you want one year of prosperity, grow grain. If you want ten years of prosperity, grow trees. If you want one hundred years of prosperity, grow people.
In How to Build a Network of Power Relationships, world-renowned author Harvey Mackay reveals that success in business and in life is embodied in the interpersonal relationships we make.
The most important word in the dictionary is people, Mackay tells us. If I had to name the single characteristic shared by all truly successful individuals, I'd say it's the ability to create and nurture a network of contacts. While Harvey can't promise you a whole new personality, he can train you in his time-tested tips and techniques for building power relationships that will last a lifetime.
Success doesn't happen by accident. The habits of success must be learned and practiced until they become permanent. Developing people skills, personality, and the ability to communicate will change your life for the better, forever.
To succeed in business, or any arena, you must be able to make things happen. You have to think big, think bold, think creatively, think in quantum leaps. The key to seeing around corners is to tap into the eyes, ears, hearts, and minds of the people who can help you the most the people who are part of your personal network.
John D. Rockefeller once said he would pay more for the ability to get along with people than for any other skill. Unfortunately, it's a skill that can't be bought. But it can be taught! In How to Build a Network of Power Relationships, Harvey Mackay will show you:
- Why caring is contagious and how it creates a self-fulfilling prophecy in networking
- How to see around corners with eight proven networking techniques that put you ahead of the curve
- That little things don't mean a lot, they mean everything in dealing with people
- How to break down barriers to networking in just thirty days
- Five ways to beat one of the greatest human fears: rejection
- How to sell yourself by putting the wow in communication
- Ten can't-miss tips for tackling the job market
Remember, we all start out in life with one thing in common: we all have the same amount of time…it's just a matter of what we do with it. The best way we can spend our precious time is on our relationships.
Life is a challenge. Finding a job, raising a child, finishing school, getting a promotion, achieving our goals everyday we have to beat the odds in a complicated world. Fortunately, we are not alone. Other people are there, willing and able to lend a hand. All we have to do is ask. In the long run, we will only be as strong and as successful as our relationships.
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