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It Doesn't Hurt to Ask: It's All About Communication Paperback – March 1, 2008
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My book "It Doesn't Hurt to Ask: It's all about Communication" recently received "Best Book Award Finalist USA Book News".
About the Author
As a certified Executive Performance Coach, International Speaker and Trainer, I am driven by a distinct purpose to motivate others to achieve and contribute their full potential. My career involves traveling the world as an international speaker, trainer and award-winning published author. I also reach out to hundreds of subscribers each week with my "Weekly Wisdom" Ezine offering thought provoking insights and comments about current events, business communication and career issues.
Top Customer Reviews
One of the most important ideas I learned several years ago from Kathy Condon is “It’s the little things that make a difference”. This has been a very powerful topic in conducting business that involves people. With social networking, texting and emailing, it’s easy to isolate ourselves from face to face interaction. This book reminded me of the importance of face time with people.
In her latest book, Kathy expands on that topic and demonstrates that in her writing. Simple, down-to-earth, short and relevant. This book gets to the point – not filled with a lot of fluff or smoke and mirror before getting to the point. Many of the topics, I’ve learned thought the years and have forgotten to put into practice.
I recently read “Think Like a Freak” by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner which made several comparisons. One main point that all three authors made – you don’t have to have the answer to everything. Learn how to say “I don’t know”.
Ask questions and listen for the answer. Too many times I forget to listen. Kathy Condon’s book is filled with nuggets of gold and well worth the read.
Don't lend it out, it won't come back. I highly suggest giving this as a graduation gift, not only from college, but high school.
You won't regret it.