Business Lunchatations: How an Everyday Guy Became One of America's Most Colorful CEOs... And how You Can, Too!

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How one tough cop became one tough businessman.

Bo Dietl is a legend in the New York City Police Department. His hardheaded attitude and never-give-up ethic of crime fighting earned him a reputation as a man to be respected-and not to be taken lightly. After retiring from the force in 1985, Dietl went into business for himself as a security consultant and built an ...
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New York, NY 2005 Hard cover New in new dust jacket. CD never opened. Very fine copy. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. With dust jacket. 224 p. Contains: Illustrations. ... Audience: General/trade. CM. Here, in his own inimitable style, Bo Dietl shows how, through smart networking, relationship management, and good business sense, anyone can make it just as big as he has. Dietl tells how knowing what to say, how to say it, when to say it, and whom to say it to can count more than anything when it comes to success in the winner-take-all arena of big business. Read more Show Less

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How one tough cop became one tough businessman.

Bo Dietl is a legend in the New York City Police Department. His hardheaded attitude and never-give-up ethic of crime fighting earned him a reputation as a man to be respected-and not to be taken lightly. After retiring from the force in 1985, Dietl went into business for himself as a security consultant and built an international company worth millions. Here, in his own inimitable style, Bo Dietl shows how, through smart networking, anyone can make it just as big as he did.

Using examples from his own vast experience in dealing with business friends and foes in a variety of situations-including his "lunchatation situations," where personal connections and opportunity can come together in any setting-Dietl tells how knowing what to say, how to say it, when to say it, and who to say it to can count more than anything when it comes to success in the winner-take-all arena of big business.

Author Biography: Richard "Bo" Dietl retired from the NYPD in 1985, with over 1,500 felony arrests and a 95 percent conviction rate. He has since formed his own investigation and securities firm, Bo Dietl & Associates (BDA), advising major corporations, celebrity clients, and foreign dignitaries.

Bob Blyis an independent copywriter and author of more than fifty books, including The Complete Idiot's Guide to Direct Marketing and The Copywriter's Handbook.

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Bo Dietl was one tough cop. During his stellar New York City Police Department career, he collared over 1,500 felons and boasted a 95 percent conviction rate. After he retired in 1985, this "born cop" was reborn as as security consultant. Applying his honest determination to his new job, Dietl achieved astonishing success as the CEO of his own international firm. In Business Lunchatations, this likable self-made man describes how smart networking helped him win clients and gain respect in his newfound business.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781596090538
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 4/26/2005
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 6.26 (w) x 9.24 (h) x 0.96 (d)

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