Charm draws customers. Charm gets noticed. But charm is only partly innate. Much of it is learned, from your parents, from your friends, and from people like author Michael Levine, who has made a lifelong point of paying attention to charm. And you can learn how to make it work for you. How to succeed in business without really trying? By charming your way to the top.
"[Michael Levine is] one of Hollywood's brightest and most respected executives." (USA Today)
"Michael passes on wisdom beyond his years." (Kathy Lee Gifford)
"Those of us in politics need all the wisdom we can get, and Michael Levine has plenty of it." (Senator Bob Dole)
The author finds 1000 different ways to say that charm is important. Treating people nicely and showing that you care by going the extra mile is important. And it will help you. And you should do it. Then go out and do it more.
Get the idea? Now you've heard about 99% of what this book has to offer. There's nothing here that isn't pure common sense.
27 of 27 people found this review helpful
Such a ridiculous waste of time - shame on the publisher for letting this mindless rant of a self-absorbed author slip through.
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This author is completely wrong about charm. A master manipulator and psychopath is not charming! They are just master manipulators and psychopaths.
Good strong advice to gain strength in business encounters.
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