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You, Inc.: The Art of Selling Yourself

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  • Posted December 5, 2009

    See yourself in a new light.

    If everyone would adopt this perspective on work, most of the nations problems would evaporate.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 26, 2008

    Extraordinary Read - READ IT NOW!

    You, Inc. The Art of Selling Yourself is a must read for anyone in the sales and marketing industries. As a marketing manager for a large real estate company, You, Inc. is something I wholeheartedly and consistently recommend to my agents and brokers. There is so much wisdom and experience shared in this book that will not only help you gain more success but become better at closing the deal with less time and more ease. I continue going back to this book as a reference and find myself reading it over and over again. READ THIS BOOK - YOU WILL THANK YOURSELF!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 19, 2007

    You, Inc. is a must-read for 2007!

    Best-selling authors Harry and Christine Beckwith are back with what will surely prove to be one of 2007's finest business books, YOU, INC.--The Art of Selling Yourself. Unlike so many other books of this genre, YOU, INC. does not talk 'at' you rather, it talks 'with' you as if you're actually having a conversation with the Beckwiths over a cup of coffee in your living room. The 311-page book is filled with sage business, marketing and personal insight and advice. The authors skillfully share their thoughts about subjects such as planning and preparing, communicating, listening and speaking, relating, attitude and beliefs, tactics and habits, successes and delightful failures, and more. I found myself wishing to slowly read this book so that I could fully absorb each wonderful morsel Harry and Christine Beckwith have provided through their wise, thought-provoking book. My advice: buy one copy to read and one more so that you can mark up with your own personal notes and highlights. YOU, INC: The Art of Selling Yourself, provides the 'meat and potatoes' we can all apply for successful personal and professional lives. The reader is truly the beneficiary of the authors' wealth of professional experiences, insights and counsel. I'm a better person for having read it.

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