From the number one New York Times best-selling author of You Are a Badass, an in-depth guide to making the kind of money you've only ever dreamed of....
A paradigm-changing examination of what truly motivates us and how to harness that knowledge to find greater satisfaction in our lives and our work....
Angela Duckworth shows parents, educators, students, and businesspeople - both seasoned and new - that the secret to outstanding achievement is not talent but a focused persistence called "grit"....
What's the secret to sales success? If you're like most business leaders, you'd say it's fundamentally about relationships - and you'd be wrong....
The ultimate program for improving the quality of every aspect of your life, Awaken the Giant Within gives you the tools you need to immediately become the master of your own fate....
In Crush It! Why NOW Is the Time to Cash In on Your Passion, Gary Vaynerchuk shows you how to use the Internet to turn your real interests into real businesses....
Me 2.0 shows job seekers and established professionals alike how to leverage the power of online media for personal empowerment and career success.
There is no job security anymore, which means that the way we manage our careers has forever changed. Now everyone in the world is your competition, and the single greatest differentiator you have is your personal brand. With social media tools, blogs, and mobile applications, there are endless opportunities to become known and connect with other people.
In Me 2.0 personal branding expert Dan Schawbel gives you all the tools you need for building a powerful personal brand that will give you a competitive advantage in the marketplace, including:
Whether you're looking for your first big job, want to climb the corporate ladder, or are eager to jump-start your own business venture, Me 2.0 will help you achieve lasting success!
What's new in the revised edition of Me 2.0:
Is there anything you would change about this book?
The person reading it was sooooo slow. I had to speed it up to make it bearable.<br/><br/>The book comes across as more of an ad in branding for the Author giving tips and advice but basically just stroking his ego on what he did with a few tips along the way.
Would you ever listen to anything by Dan Schawbel again?
Probably not, but would give it a go if it had great ratings.
Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Mike Chamberlain?
Anyone that can read faster.
If this book were a film would you go see it?
Any additional comments?
Some of the information is outdated, such as using the site technorati which no longer exists, so that whole chapter is irrelevant.