- Paperback: 26 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (June 10, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1490396780
- ISBN-13: 978-1490396781
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.1 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,794,057 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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5 Keys to doing business with the Right People Paperback – June 10, 2013
About the Author
Colin has over thirty years experience in the hospitality,transport and manufacturing industries. Dealing on a daily basis with both customers and vendors. Colin previously founded with three associates a business referral group. He writes on the topics of business and self development. He believes excellent customer service is the corner stone of success in life and business. Always reading and studying business,finance,sales,marketing and self development to stay on top and share with you the best of the best. To give you the slight edge in your dealings with others Colin writes non-fiction books that will give you time tested and proven foundations to build your business on solid ground. He currently lives on the wild,wet and windy western coastline of Ireland. On downtime you will find him watching Barcelona play the beautiful game. Colin enjoys relaxing and reading a good book of all genres.
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As well you as a business person, (and everything is business) must be on spot, providing and surpassing the level of quality expected, on time, and worthy of referrals and a highly valued reputation.
Colin Myles has written a short and right on book which readers ought to take as a light knock on their consciousness which they will remember and refer to mentally as they go about their life and business.
Many people need to raise their readiness to determine what is acceptable in order to not short change themselves. 5 Keys to doing business with the Right People succeeds at informatively arming people to that end.
Also this book hits the flip side of the coin, which is to raise your knowledge and subsequently readiness to make sure that you value the time and money of others, in order to provide properly and supremely.
Quality and business respect is a circle, and you must provide it as well as demand it. Colin writes it better than I have in this review, and does so in a length which is proper for getting the job done.
If you apply the keys presented in this book I believe that you will benefit in a lifetime of small and large interactions. I have.
I like the way that it focuses on TRUST, and it creates a memorable and easy set of rules to follow to find the right person to do business with.
This is a great kindle purchase, and I would highly recommend it for beginners, because the examples are clear and it is all easy to understand.
This book is clearly aimed at customers who are trying to decide who to work with, and I think if you follow the advice here it is very sensible and you wont go wrong.
If there would be one thing I would like to see more of in this book it would be to have help and advice for companies who maybe are not the "perfect" company and want to improve. Perhaps that would be a nice follow up or sequel. Sometimes things go wrong, and it would be great to see how companies can recover from breaking one of the 5 keys.
Overall, this is a good book with sensible, useful advice.