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Harvey Mackay is the author of five New York Times bestsellers (three of which went to #1), including Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive. The New York Times also named Swim with the Sharks and Beware the Naked Man Who Offers You His Shirt as two of the fifteen most inspirational business books of all time. His books have sold more than ten million copies worldwide and have been translated into thirty-seven languages and distributed in eighty countries.
Mackay is also a nationally syndicated columnist for United Features Syndicate and one of America’s most popular and entertaining business speakers. He’s been named one of the top five speakers in the world by Toastmasters International.
Mackay is chairman of MackayMitchell Envelope Company, a $100 million company he founded at age twenty-six.
He has been married to his wife, Carol Ann, for forty-nine years. They have three children and nine grandchildren.
I could not put this book down, it was full of such great information and is such an easy read.
I would recommend this book to anyone who is unemployed and looking for a new job or is a career changer looking for a new job in a different career.
Harvey's latest book is packed with great tips on how to jump-start your career and get control of your job search.
Title is misleading. There were no job secrets included whatsoever. It was the same old stuff. If you've never looked for a job in your life, then this book may help you.Published 3 days ago by M. Gibson
Good in theory, but application in the real world of who you know versus what you know does not helpPublished 4 months ago by Herman E. Wooten II
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Great read and very practical.
Practical advice from a very good source on job / career search. Read more
I have read many books like this and I am not looking for a job but this guy can think of more questions than I can which is saying something. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Elizabeth Trennel
I got this book from the library this week and read it.
Instead of taking advice from a disconnected senior who talks about work at dinner parties and golf games, get a... Read more
This is good for those who are new to the job market. Search the internet to get better prepared for job hunting. Good Luck!Published 20 months ago by Guy
Disappointing. Not very insightful. Exceedingly egocentric and vane. Would not recommend it. You will be better off just using common sense.Published 21 months ago by Lazaro campos
Simply one of the best books I have read about getting a job. The advice is consistent, practical, and organized. Two thumbs way up!Published on October 10, 2012 by PJ