one of the few must-read books of the year. Packed with useful, practical advice, its also entertaining and frequently laugh-out-loud funny.
Jerry Colangelo, CEO of the Phoenix Suns and Arizona Diamondbacks, and Coauthor of How You Play the Game: Lessons for Life from the Billion-Dollar Business of Sports
Barry Maher makes an uplifting, enlightening and inspiring contribution to the world of business with Filling the Glass. Id make the book required reading for any MBA program, because it transcends mere business and moves up onto the spiritual plane with commonsense and yet rarely practiced wisdom. His book is as readable as it is practical. Its loaded with anecdotes and brimming with insight.
Jay Conrad Levinson, Author, Guerrilla Marketing
Filling the Glass is about attaining our professional aspirations. Some of the best business leaders in America have reached the pinnacle of success by following the same lessons that this book highlights.'
James M. Citrin, Coauthor, Lessons from the Top: The Search for Americas Best Business Leaders, and Managing Director, Spencer Stuart
ITS NOT WHETHER THE GLASS IS HALF EMPTY OR HALF FULLITS HOW YOU FILL IT UP
Barry Maher has helped hundreds of the nations top organizations with his enormously successful sales strategies (Make your biggest liabilities your strongest assets!). Now Maher takes these same techniques and shows non-salespeople how to achieve success and satisfaction in business, and in life.
If you cant justify to yourself what you are doing with your life, if you arent working toward goals in which you honestly believe, then you will never beby your own standardssuccessful. Filling the Glass provides you with ten strategies to turn around your careerand your lifeso that you never have to settle for half full or half empty again. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Based in Santa Barbara, California, he has been quoted or featured in The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and on national radio and television. An author with wide ranging interests, his works include The Prentice Hall Marketing Yearbook, Getting the Most from Your Yellow Pages Advertising, and the science fiction novel, Legend. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Was boring. Had too many partial examples and no instructions on how to reach the goal. Didn't even finsh it.Published 13 months ago by Donald Coker
I pick up this book because it was along others (the art of war, guerrilla marketing, negotiating to yes, what color is your parachute, 21 laws of marketing, one minute manager) in... Read morePublished on March 20, 2004
Barry Maher has written an exceptional book, one filled to the brim with ideas on how to live up to your potetial, reach your goals, and, perhaps most important, enjoy your career. Read morePublished on February 13, 2003 by John A. Foster