- Paperback: 258 pages
- Publisher: Pinnacle Publications, Inc. (February 2, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9780982050736
- ISBN-13: 978-0982050736
- ASIN: 0982050739
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,593,283 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author
Glory's third book, "Not All Bullies Yell and Throw Things: How to Survive a Subtle Workplace Bully", was written to help the targets of workplace bullying take action to end the bullying and to get their careers and their lives back on track.
Glory works with entrepreneurs and executives by phone and speaks to their groups, and she speaks on college campuses to students who want to know what they can do to score a job in their career field.
Check out her website at GloryBorgeson.com
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As a general rule I am a fast reader, but not with this book. This book has so many chapters that are filled with excellent ideas and advice that I've found myself reading the book in one hand as I took notes with the other. For example, the chapter titled "Change Your Way of Doing Business" immediately caught my attention when the author pointed out all the various activities that can slowly consume a business owner's day and actually waste their valuable time. As I analyzed my activities, as suggested by the author, I realized that I needed to adjust my schedule to include more of the "highest profit" for my time activities. (Author also refers to these type activities as "high yield activities.") I have almost 4 pages of notes made while reading this chapter alone.
When writing the book, the author knew that business owners would want to take notes while engaged in reading her text, so she gives the reader ample space to write directly onto the pages of the book. While this is an excellent format for most entrepreneurs, I needed much more writing area so I decided early on to make my notes in a separate notebook. Mostly because I knew I would be expanding on each of the ideas my reading brought to the surface for me. For instances, when the author stirred me to write down the "good habits" I wanted to make part of my regular way of doing business, I found myself not only writing them down, but going back and revisiting my 2009 business plan and incorporating the "good habits" into the plan.
Without a doubt I highly recommend "Catapult Your Business to New Heights" as I firmly believe that Glory Borgeson's "Sure-Fire Strategies" will help me to "Increase Profit."
Michael Monji, author of "Does It Pay to Die?" a do-it-yourself living trust workbook.