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So many of us are caught in a constant tug-of-war between work and wellness. Keith Ferrazzi’s Who’s Got Your Back offers a strategy to execute on your most ambitious plans without costing your happiness, well-being, or sanity--in fact his program promises to enhance them by building deeper, more supportive relationships. Ferrazzi offers a nine-step approach to building what he calls “lifeline relationships,” an inner circle of deep, trusting peer support partners who serve as advisors, cheerleaders, and accountability watchdogs. These are more than colleagues, more than friends--they are true, caring comrades in arms who respect you enough to tell you like it is. The gem of this program is that Keith pays attention to the mechanisms that have been proven to make change stick--a striking difference between most self-help programs and Ferrazzi’s signature “let others help.” What’s more, with Who’s Got Your Back you’ll create relationships that are meaningful well beyond your shared success--a rare and welcome gift in the world of professional development.
Kind of a poor follow up. And much more soft and fuzzy than particularly direct or helpful advice in my opinion.Published 7 months ago by Caddock
This book is very good. The basic message of the book is that, whether in personal or work matters, having a support group greatly helps you accomplish your goals and objective.Published 9 months ago by Michael D. Fielding
Yes it's good to have people in your inner circle, but "Never Eat Alone" did touch on that subject with a tad more emphasis on how to actually develop these types of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by E
I had a chance to hear Keith speak, and also read his other book - Never Eat Alone. This one, as noted by a few other reviewers, has some good insights, but is probably twice as... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Edward J. Barton
I think the point of this book is very useful, but the author could have made the same point in 2/3rds of the pages. By the end it was a bit repetitive. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Richard
I read Never Eat Alone years ago and so did my dad. We both loved it so much and he's mentioned it so many years that I told him I'd get his other book. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Phillip Banks Sr.
The book is like something out of a late-night/early morning "INFOMERCIAL" ~
Completely OVER-HYPED with "ACTOR-PORTRAYALS," "RAVING REVIEWS," HIGH pricing, and... Read more
I read this book when it first came out and ever since have recommended it to clients and students. I teach at UCLA Extension and I've noticed that an ever growing number of my... Read morePublished 16 months ago by J. P. Reynolds
I had the opportunity to hear Keith speak at Belmont University for a Nashville Chamber leadership event. He was challenging, and his business energy contagious. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Anne Deeter Gallaher