"In "Your Company Sucks" Mark Stevens lays out why all businesses fail and what to do about it, how every business can rebound from its lows and regain its momentum, thrill its customers and once again be a source of pride and profit." -BusinessNewsDaily.com
"Quick read on how to save your biz & thrilling clients...to get you to focus on company problems. Stevens doesn't sugar coat anything- for those that don't have much time to save their business...relevant for those that haven't started or are in what Stevens calls the "Infancy" stage of their business." -Hearpreneur.com
Rich Parlontieri, CEO and President, Speedemissions, Inc.
"This is a book that every business owner needs to read. The challenges we face today in the world of commerce are clearly identified with brilliant clarity by Mark Stevens. Reading this is like having Mark personally guide you and your team through the process of identifying exactly where you are in the life of your company, and more importantly, what to do about it."
Dennis Curtin, Regional Owner, RE/MAX Mid-states & Dixie Region
Mark Stevens offers a vitamin boost into the blood stream of business; an elixir for newbie entrepreneurs and war-weary tycoons alike.”
Ben Koether, Chairman and Founder of Kitchen Brains
"Immediately useful, and wildly inspirational (no matter what size business you run). Filled with practical ideas and entertaining stories, Mark Stevens helps you identify how your company sucks and gives you an action plan for doing a U-turn."
Regis Hadiaris, Creator of the Dot Connector Blog, Director of Internet Marketing for Quicken Loans
"I absolutely love this brutally honest and practical approach to lifeand business. Your Company Sucks motivates me to sleep less because I am so excited about working on the many things in the book that ring true to me and need attention in my business. Bravo, Mark Stevens, on your courageous approach to being aware of the obvious and actually coming directly to the point about how to change for the better."
Joseph Essa, President, Wolfgang Puck Worldwide, Inc.
"Sometimes the simplest explanation is also the best. If your company is struggling you may not have to look further than the mirror to find the cause. Mark Stevens knows that. More importantly, within these pages he tells you what to do to get back on track."
Paul B. Brown, New York Times financial columnist
It’s an easy read that can make a middle seat tolerable.”
Joseph Mancuso, founder of CEO Clubs, Inc.
About the Author
Mark Stevens shook the marketing establishment with his BusinessWeek bestseller, Your Marketing Sucks (Random House/Crown Business, 2003), and redefined the rules of sales with God Is A Salesman. He is the author of 24 business-related books, including the bestsellers: The Big Eight; King Icahn; Sudden Death: The Rise and Fall of EF Hutton (a Wall Street Journal bestseller and Library Journal "Business Book of the Year").
Stevens' incisive understanding of critical business issues is geared toward achieving extraordinary growth and success for his clients. His firm, MSCO, represents a stellar roster of clients. Through integrated marketing campaigns, MSCO focuses on achieving financial results for its clients instead of awards that serve egos. Stevens possesses an innovative and iconoclastic view of the business world.
He is an in-demand speaker at organizations from Siemens, Virgin Air, Nike and Oracle to the American Chamber of Commerce Executives. A frequent guest commentator, Stevens lends his insights and opinions on a wide variety of topics, from Carl Icahn’s latest moves (Fox Business Channel) to Tom Cruise's image (Fox News Channel), to "Why Successful Business People Don't Sleep" (The New York Times) and how to "Be a Better Boss in 2007" (Forbes.com).
His wildly successful blog, "Unconventional Thinking," is in the top 1 percent of all published blogs (out of 95 million blogs) and was recently named in the top 10 of all marketing blogs. Stevens is regular guest blogger for Brandweek.com and the Digital PR blogger for PR News Online. More about Mark Stevens can be found at www.MSCO.com.