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"Anyone can say everything you've been told is a myth. The hard part is offering something better in its place. Levit has succeeded. This book is a hard-hitting, honest, and course-correcting expose on what it really takes to be successful in business. Highly recommended." — Michael Port, New York Times bestselling author of Book Yourself Sol
"Blind Spots is essential reading for a postrecessionary climate where all the rules have changed and the old ways won't work." — Martin Yate, New York Times bestselling author of Knock 'em Dead: Th
"Blind Spots busts success myths as it replaces them with time- tested techniques to transform yourself into a twenty-first century winner. If you want to lift your self-image, get real in an unreal world, or bolster your resilience, this book is a resource for you!" — Tim Sanders, New York Times bestselling author of Today We Are Rich
"Blind Spots shines a very bright light on the exact traits that will make you a sought-after addition to any workplace." — John Jantsch, author of Duct Tape Marketing and The Referral Engine
"Alexandra Levit tells it like it is-not how we'd like it to be-busting myth after myth along the way to get us exactly where we want to go." — Tory Johnson, founder and CEO, Women For Hire
"Don't believe the hype! When it comes to career advancement without killing yourself, no one tells the story better than Alexandra Levit." — Chris Guillebeau, author of The Art of Non-Conformity
"Alexandra Levit's myth-busting book is a straightforward, honest, and much-needed guide to succeeding in the real world of business today. Readers are sure to feel empowered by Levit's many tell-it-like-it-is anecdotes, tips, and tactics. Highly recommended." — Lindsey Pollak, author of Getting from College to Career: 90 Things to Do B
"Forget all those myths of business success: they just don't work. Read Alexandra Levit's new book and learn that today, authenticity and perseverance win the race." — Barry J. Moltz, author of Bounce!: Failure, Resiliency, and Confidence to A
"The thought-provoking stories, staggering statistics, and candid, digestible advice Alexandra offers throughout the book reveal the secrets to career success. This is a straight-talk book that will point out what you have been buying into that is stopping you." — Christine Hassler, author of The 20 Something Manifesto
"Alexandra Levit proves yet again that she is a thought leader of our times. Her myth-busting advice, which weaves in real-world examples, compelling research, and great storytelling, is a must read for anyone working to make it to the top in Corporate America-and be happy along the way." — Jodi Glickman, author of Great on the Job: What to Say, How to Say It. The
Alexandra Levit is known as one of the premiere spokespeople of her generation and she regularly speaks at corporations, conferences, and universities on workplace issues. She lives in Chicago, Illinois.
Wish I had this book when I began my career would of helped me notice behaviors and adjust my plans to suit must faster,Published 19 months ago by Ria
Nothing new, but still worth reading.
A common sense refresher and a little myth busting supported by facts.
Great book. Very good pitfalls to avoid and probably pretty common mistake. I will re-read this book a couple of times to make sure I don't forget what not to do.Published on August 29, 2012 by ZukiGyrl
There's nothing more frustrating than reading overly simplified, "Pollyanna" type career advice, particularly amidst a gloomy job market. Read morePublished on March 20, 2012 by Selena Rezvani
I like how Alex included a lot of examples, interviews, worksheets, and questionnaires.
At the same time considering the depth of the book, it's not too wordy to discourage... Read more
Blind Spots: The 10 Business Myths You Can't Afford to Believe on Your New Path Success is not your typical you-can-do-anything-if-you-work-hard-enough type of advice. Read morePublished on November 6, 2011 by L. Rosendahl
Alexandra Levit successfully researched and detailed extremely practical suggestions for how to improve one's career position. Read morePublished on October 27, 2011 by HK Mertens
This should be required reading for anyone about to start a new job. Levit does a great job outlining why you shouldn't take some common advice and how you can succeed in the... Read morePublished on October 27, 2011 by J. Kate