With this program, you'll have the tools, the techniques, and, just as importantly, the unflinching confidence to influence your readers and listeners decisively - both at work and at home.
"A Very Useful Book"
How to Get Paid Far More Than You Are Worth is filled with shortcuts you can take and smart moves you can make that can earn you multiples of your current income. Dr. Goodman doesn't apologize for these simple yet highly effective ideas. After all, why make earning a high income hard if it can be easy?
"Must read for futher development. "
Are you unemployed? Or, are you overworked, underpaid, and stuck in a lifeless job, reporting to someone who doesn't seem to be doing much better than you are? You're not alone. Corporations once needed large inflows of middle managers and the formally educated. Many of these posts have disappeared or have been displaced by outsourcing, offshoring, international competition, and by technology.
Most sales training programs offer the same old pointers: Always be closing, keep it simple, stupid, and ask for referrals. You know these clichés. Selling Is So Easy, It's Hard is the first program to focus on the 77 correctable selling mistakes that novices and veterans make. Without conscious awareness, these errors, snafus, miscues, and blunders keep the typical seller from earning at least 25% more business.
While the law of large numbers has been applied to fields such as math and science for several decades, its power has just recently begun to be applied to the fields of business and personal growth. Today, people from all walks of life are using the law of large numbers to achieve their highest objectives, with great confidence and complete peace of mind.
"This book leads to greatness!"
According to a recent study fully 80 percent of all businesses are started up by people over 35. Amy Groth of Business Insider cites these reasons that fortune favors the old: First, older entrepreneurs have more life and work experience. In some cases they have decades of industry expertise - and a better understanding of what it truly takes to compete and succeed in the business world. Second, they also have much broader and vaster networks.
"Not a bad read, mostly motivational"
The US space program faced a problem. Astronauts didn't have a pen that could write inside a zero-gravity capsule. NASA invested upward of $1 million to devise a pen that could. Their rivals faced the same problem, but they solved it for less than a dollar. They decided to use a pencil. This story is emblematic of two styles of critical thinking and problem solving. America defined its quandary as a pen problem. "Fix the pen" became the marching order. Others defined the issue as a writing challenge, so alternatives were more likely to be considered and adopted.