Keith Ferrazzi's techniques have earned universal praise for their ingenuity, their ease of applicability, and-most importantly-their effectiveness. The key to success in both life and work, Ferrazzi convincingly argues, is building solid relationships. But what distinguishes Ferrazzi's approach from other networking strategies is the emphasis on helping others so they might help you. It's not enough to ask a favor when you need one. To build meaningful relationships that will be mutually beneficial, you must maintain constant contact with the friends and associates who matter to you. Never Eat Alone is revolutionary-an instant classic destined to change the business landscape forever.
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"Though this audio has action plans and motivational urgency, it's mainly about the quieter tasks of developing faith, persistence, loyalty, and trust in one's fellow man. The autobiographical story is about a rural Pennsylvania man who, after attending Yale and Harvard Business School, started his own consulting company. He achieved success by paying attention to people and situations that interested him and by methodically cultivating relationships in those realms. The lesson is surprisingly calming and inspirational. In this respect the gentle-voiced Richard Harries connects deeply with the material. The advice is less about conquering the world than about committing oneself to an authentic and well-organized career path. T.W. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"
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