Benjamin Von Seeger, an Axiom Business Book Award winning author and telecommunications industry veteran, defies the conventional logic of global business how-to guides with this fresh, enlightening, and provocative perspective on today’s global business landscape.
He delivers hard-hitting and penetrating insights gleaned from a lifetime of overcoming obstacles to earn entrepreneurial success - beating and wooing corporate giants along the way.
Von Seeger draws on his personal experiences educating business veterans, entrepreneurs and students alike as he delves down deep into the essential elements of global business success so that you, too, can apply proven principles to your professional life.
You’ll learn how to develop and leverage innate global business qualities and tactics that could mean the difference between commercial success and failure, including emotional and relational intelligence, relationship building, brand development, business strategy, and more.
Whether you’re launching a business or seeking to breathe new life into an existing venture, you’ll get all the bricks you need to lay a solid foundation for success with the business strategies in The Rival.
BVS appears to have quite an ego, but he has been successful in his professional life nonetheless. It's a good read/listen, especially for those in the sales industry. Even an accountant like myself can appreciate the well-told stories about how he overcame obstacles and came out on top. He emphasizes that success is about working hard and building true relationships that can stand the test of time. There are definitely some valuable insights in this book.
Great book. Very well written. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking to improve their interactions with people every single minute of the day at work or at home. I love all the examples the author gives to reinforce the lessons he is teaching. I wrote down a list of quotes that really stood out to me and teach me how to deal with people a lot better and how to improve my business skills.