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Beware the Naked Man Who Offers You His Shirt: Do What You Love, Love What You Do, and Deliver More Than You Promise Paperback – August 27, 1996
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Mackey's brand of professionalism -- of delivering what you promise -- is as effective and productive as it is simple. He does keep it simple, but this book is not short on value. After completing the Xerox School of Sales, I was assigned to work with the J.Walter Thompson advertising firm. This company adheres to Mackey's basic concepts. Later, I worked for a Japanese firm in Tokyo; again, they adhered to Mackey's concepts of sound business practices. Currently, I'm living in Cairo, Egypt, and I find that too few Egyptian companies adhere to Mackey's ideas of committment to customer service. They could definitely learn how to improve sales, keep old customers and earn new ones if everyone from the top executives to the clerks and receptionists read this book.
MacKay's experiences and insights are offered up as valuable and inspirational lessons for one's business or personal life. His terrific sense of humour also made this an entertaining as well as informative read. If Harvey MacKay happens to read this, thank you, you've inspired me to start my own business! :)
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One of America's favorite business sages is back again with another collection of timeless advice for anyone who has to earn a living and forge a way of life. Read morePublished on August 26, 2011 by shaun t heneghan
I'm amazed books like this aren't part of a college pack of books to read prior to graduation. I learned maybe 1/3 of what's in this book from my parents, and experience- and was... Read morePublished on January 9, 2008 by David
I had a bet with my friend. If this one as good as Harvey's first bestseller, I'll give you my shirt. Well, I lost it. Read morePublished on August 8, 2007 by Xavier Sehar