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I would summarize the book as good manners for business.
Very good book and would be a good read for anyone seeking ways to refine how you prepare, present, and be the best of "Your [Brilliant] Self".
It covers so much ground that it's pretty important to read it several times just to remember all the useful steps involved.
Solid writing and great range of topics covered. Doesn't cover in too much depth making it good for an intro to sales, leadership, and customer service.Published 6 months ago by SmoothieGuy
This book gives yips that will help enhance your conversations and relationships. If you want to step your game up in college, business, or any aspect of life, get the book.Published 16 months ago by Dynomite
I really enjoyed reading this book, of course I won't remember all the tips and tricks but from now on I'll be more careful to the details. Read morePublished 19 months ago by gibaga
Directed at women too much. Inserted women characters when relating a true story in which men were the original subject. Some good advice, though.Published 22 months ago by Timothy Caso
I have the audio version of this book, narrated by the author.
I would summarize the book as good manners for business. Read more
Author Frances Cole Jones doesn't pull any punches -- she tells it exactly how she sees it. And if some of her advice isn't pretty, it can save people from all kinds of... Read morePublished on July 15, 2010 by Phyllis Zimbler Miller
How to Wow: Proven Strategies for Selling Your Brilliant Self in Any Situation is a really good read. Read morePublished on July 15, 2010 by B. E Jackson
No matter what you do in life, HOW TO WOW has something for everyone. It is not possible to go through life and try and succeed at whatever you are doing without some form of... Read morePublished on June 27, 2009 by Cyrus Webb
Disapointed nothing fresh. Buy a good watch. Carry a nice briefcase. Do not eat all the food on your plate. Order what the client orders, anything new?Published on June 27, 2009 by Bob Martin