"The quality of your relationship with your client is the determining factor in successful business; this book shows you how to develop this at a high level."
Brian Tracy, Author/Speaker/Consultant
"The Art of the Business Lunch is pivotal to the science of selling. I have maintained for years that lunch is the best place to build a relationship and make a sale. Robin Jays book is the recipe for lean cuisine and fat checks. Buy it, read it, and act on it."
Jeffrey Gitomer, Author, The Sales Bible and The Little Red Book of Selling
Whats the one entrée you should never order at a business lunch? Is it ever okay to order alcohol? When should you bring up the subject of business?
The Art of the Business Lunch takes you through every aspect of the business lunch. Robin Jay, the "Queen of the Business Lunch", teaches you proven methods for making the people with whom you do business choose to work with you, instead of your competition, time and time again.
Finally, there is a definitive guide to the business lunch! Here is just some of what you will learn:
-Whether you should pick up your clients or meet them at the restaurant -How to pick the right restaurants for business and which restaurants to avoid -How and what to order -Cell phone etiquette -How to pay for lunch discreetly
Discover what companies are looking for in a candidate when the job interview takes place over lunch. Find out how to turn brief encounters at networking luncheons into solid, long-lasting relationships. Once you learn the secrets to The Art of the Business Lunch, youll never waste another lunchtime eating alone!
Robin Jay currently works as a consultant, public speaker and corporate trainer since retiring from an award-winning career in advertising. She is a past President of Las Vegas Women in Communications (WIC), and has also served on the Board of Directors of WIC and the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. She is on the faculty of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Educational Outreach program, and is also a Reconnection healing practitioner. She has lived in Las Vegas, NV for more than 30 years.