Have you ever admired those successful, confident, motivated, and charismatic people who seem to have it all? They've climbed the corporate ladder quickly or started a great business. Their love life is amazing and they have fantastic friends. They've made all the right connections. They've mastered networking and how to build relationships. They're very persuasive and created significant influence with people. And all of this has opened up limitless opportunities for them.
What's their secret? What breakthroughs have they learned that you haven't?They have figured out the biggest predicator for success is…. Social Wealth
Everything we create in life is with or through other people. No one does it alone.
We value our experiences and relationships with other people above everything else. So settling for less than you deserve.
Your legacy comes down to becoming rich in all your relationships. Relationships are our true "wealth" and currency in life.
Stuck in your career? Wishing you could find passionate love in your life? Want to be a top producer in your field? Having trouble building business relationships and networking? Want to improve your leadership, social, communication, and emotional skills? Desire to create more meaningful connections with people in your life? Do you want to have more influence and persuasion? Do you want to be more vulnerable, authentic, confident and courageous?
If you answered "yes" to any of the above questions...
Social Wealth will give you the blueprint and action steps you've been looking for to achieve the success you desire and deserve.
The reality is no one is born with this information and skills. No one sits you down to explain how it works, and you certainly don't learn this in your education. These are learned skills and behaviors.
©2014 Jason Treu (P)2014 Jason Treu
The book has already inspired me to grow my social wealth. The advice also strikes me as moral, as it emphasizes helping others with no expectation of getting anything in return directly.
Author is self-professed extrovert and many of his successes may not be the result of the advice he gives. (Like genetically gifted fitness trainers.) However, it is sound advice nonetheless. He prescribes a content-marketing style approach to networking with spreadsheets and all. Cumbersome, but if you're reading this to go to the next level with building social capital and influence, it's probably perfect advice.
I was hoping for something a little more philosophical and not so "self-helpy" - this did not meet my expectations but had good common sense techniques and ideas.
This book doesn't say anything about networking that hasn't already been said in other networking books. The information is correct, but not original.
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