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The Art Of The Business Memoir

The Art Of The Business Memoir

We talked about the world not needing another business manual, but, instead, more business memoirs in the post, “The World Needs More Business Memoirs.” Now…

Best Networker?

Best Networker?

In 2006, long before vandwelling was a popular “gap year” rite of passage for college kids, Becky Blanton was 50 years old, homeless, and living…

What Is Sales, Really… and How Does It Relate to Book Sales?

What Is Sales, Really… and How Does It Relate to Book Sales?

Here he comes. It’s THAT guy… the salesman. His pasty smile seems bigger than his face. His plaid sports coat and dark brown polyester pants…

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