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The semester has begun, and Professor Johnathan Daniels welcomes his next batch of students into his classroom. He teaches the capstone Business Communications course at State U, one of the most valuable classes a student can take. As senior Aaron Woods takes his seat, he has no idea the wealth of knowledge, skills, and communication tools he’s about to receive that will help him conquer life after graduation.
Dr. Daniels’ curriculum consists of his “12 Keys to Professional Success,” which offer help and guidance through any career-related obstacle someone might encounter. As Aaron and his class make their way through the 12 Keys, they’ll gain wisdom and learn how to master simple principles – such as establishing rapport with others, time management, interview skills, dressing professionally, and more – that, when added together, yield results that are undeniable.
Grab a seat: class is about to begin.
|Publisher:||Brown Books Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.75(d)|
About the Author
J. N. “Jim” Whiddon is founder and CEO of The Old School, a professional development and consulting firm specializing in exceptional personal skills and mentoring systems for college programs, young professionals, and corporate executives. After a short stint in college coaching while in graduate school, Jim spent thirty years in the financial industry as an accomplished business owner and national thought leader, where he authored three books in the investing genre.
Impassioned with the mission of pouring wisdom into the next generation, Whiddon sold his highly successful financial firm in 2013 and wrote The Old School Advantage: Timeless Tools for Every Generation. As a father of four in Generation Y, he felt compelled to write a book containing the “how-tos” of life.
Whiddon has been quoted by national media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, CNBC and Fortune magazine. He has hosted a daily radio show on CNN Headline News in Dallas and been a Fox News Radio contributor. His work has been published in over 350 newspapers and publications across the country.
Whiddon is a voracious reader and avid sports enthusiast. He earned his bachelor’s degree while a member of the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M University. He also holds a master of science degree from The American College in Philadelphia."