Pushing the Envelope: All the Way to the Top

Pushing the Envelope is packed with triumphs, wit, and wisdom gleaned from Harvey Mackay and the super successful people he s learned from over the years as a marketing whiz and bestselling author.The man who taught us how to swim with the sharks is back with a boatload of tips and techniques for becoming savvy and successful in everything you do To Harvey Mackay,Pushing the Envelope is packed with triumphs, wit, and wisdom gleaned from Harvey Mackay and the super successful people he s learned from over the years as a marketing whiz and bestselling author.The man who taught us how to swim with the sharks is back with a boatload of tips and techniques for becoming savvy and successful in everything you do To Harvey Mackay, pushing the envelope means pushing the boundaries and pushing yourself to maximize your advantage to be better, faster, and smarter and to get the results you want, in business and in life In his new book, Pushing the Envelope All the Way to the Top, you ll learn How to get the order The art of negotiating the best deals for you The essential qualities all leaders possess Fail safe ways to move up the corporate ladder Business titans secrets to achievement The keys to balancing work and family How to use laughter as a productivity tool And much Humor Honesty Fairness The ability to get others to see your vision Judgment Guts Respect for the bottom line and all the lines that lead to it These are the values that have made Harvey Mackay the business and civic leader he is today A born communicator, Mackay distills the lessons of his forty years in business into pithy, punchy chapters that cut to the heart of everyday problems and situations.As usual, Mackay has his trademark, no nonsense lists, including 5 ways to ruin a good sales force 11 questions to ask a job prospect 10 New Year s resolutions 7 things not to do with a friend 12 ways to ruin your next speechBoth practical and entertaining, charged throughout with Harvey Mackay s inimitable style, humor, and entrepreneurial wisdom, Pushing the Envelope puts the fun, the creativity, and the challenge back in business Whether you re at the top of your company or determined to get there, this is one business book that will earn your stamp of approval.Praise for Pushing the Envelope What would our nation be without Minnesotans Besides Post it notes, the state has given us the sublimely American town, Lake Wobegon the spectacularly American wrestler turned Governor, Jesse Ventura and the quintessentially American businessman, Harvey Mackay The New York Times A refreshing delivery of advice USA Today Enjoy Harvey s cookbook for success it gives the reader the best of his wisdom truly the best kind of chicken soup for anyone and everyone in business and in life Mark Victor Hansen and Jack Canfield, co authors of the 1 New York Times bestselling series Chicken Soup for the Soul R Pushing the Envelope is from the heart, and his relentless efforts, along with the book s inherent business wisdom, are likely to push Pushing to the top of the bestseller lists Nothing less will suit Associated Press Mackay s management techniques are phenomenally popular He s the author of two of the bestselling business books of all time Miami Herald
Pushing the Envelope All the Way to the Top Pushing the Envelope is packed with triumphs wit and wisdom gleaned from Harvey Mackay and the super successful people he s learned from over the years as a marketing whiz and bestselling author The

  • Title: Pushing the Envelope: All the Way to the Top
  • Author: Harvey MacKay
  • ISBN: 9780449006696
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Harvey Mackey knows what it takes to succeed. We should listen to himd our careersd lives will be more fruitful.Make It A Great Day!Mark BowserAuthor of “Sales Success” with Zig Ziglar

    2. Push yourself and push again even harder if you truly want the brass ring. Out push the competition. Harvey in his 90 short chapters shows you how to avoid making the common mistakes most people make. Harvey sprinkles MacKay's Moral messages throughout the read i.e. " Ideas without action are like being all dressed up with no place to go".

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