Steve J. Martin is the Director of Influence at Work (UK). He has a background in sales and marketing, writes the monthly 'Persuasion' column for British Airway's in flight magazine Business Life, and is a regular columnist for the Institute of Leadership and Management. He speaks on the subject of influence and persuasion at conferences all over the world and consults for a wide variety of commercial and government organisations. Hear this interview to get "The Achievers Edge".
The Achievers Edge is a leading personal and business development audio series giving you the skills to drive your success in business and achieve more in your life.
On this audiobook you will also guided by: Tips for giving you the edge on your communications with "Preparing Introductions"; Ideas on the "Pollyanna and Chelsea Mindset"; Tools for dealing with "The harder questions"; A motivational piece on "The Power of the Mind"; Advice from Dr Neil Flore on "Conquering Procrastination
Peter Thomson - the author of The Achievers Edge, is one of the UK's leading strategists on business and personal growth. Starting in business in 1972, he built three successful companies - selling the last to a public company, after only five years trading, for £4.2M, enabling him to retire at age 42.
Working with some of the leading thinkers in personal and professional development, Peter now concentrates on sharing proven methods for business and personal success with you.
Although I am a Polyanna by nature - yes, you have to find out what it means - this audio is phenomenal.
It sets you up with the right attitude and I listen to it on my way to a difficult meeting or on my way home to 'center' myself.
It's not just Peter's soothing voice - although it helps - but there is massive valuable content. Not to be missed!
I have listened to thousands of hours of personal and business development audiobooks and I have to say that not only does Peter Thomson have a really nice relaxing style but that the information included is absolute gold. As he himself says the only thing preventing success now would be lack of action by the listener.