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First Impressions For The Business Professional – Why Some of us Excel and Most of Us Fail
Christopher J. Kaspar
15 seconds can be the difference between fast tracking your career or watching it stand still for years.
First Impressions for the Business Professional is a book focused on individuals looking for a competitive advantage in the workplace. As communication continues to increase via technologies such as email, instant messaging, text messaging, social media, and the likes there is less and less emphasis on learning those critical skills needed to successfully communicate face to face in the business world. It is an unfair reality that so many business professionals will find themselves focusing most of their time on the job itself, their career goals, and how to outperform their peers never realizing they lack the skills needed to create key business relationships on the fly which is considered the lifeline of business success.
This book contains some of the most powerful tools, techniques, and strategies for creating great first impressions. The ability to walk into a room full of strangers and instantly connect with them is a skill that will help you become more successful in your professional and personal life. These tools and techniques will provide you with a competitive advantage that will set you apart from 99% of your peers. Once you read this book you will understand why they are some of the best kept secrets in business. They can open doors for your career, create opportunities in the future, and help provide ever lasting relationships in your professional and personal life.
Read this book and you will learn how to:
-How to make yourself memorable in 15 seconds or less
-Create a conversation without saying a word
-Keep any conversation flowing with ease
-Brag about yourself without bragging about yourself
-End a conversation effortlessly
-Build contacts and keep them for life
-Become a STAR in your next interview
-Stay a step ahead in any business meeting
-Stand out in your next presentation
… And much, much, more