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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
Release Date: August, 1996
Publisher: Ballantine Books
FORTUNE magazine calls Harvey Mackay "Mr.-Make-Things-Happen." No matter where you are in your career, he can help you ride the expressway to success. This collection of on-target how-to's, insights, and self-tests translates into immediate take-to-the-office results on EVERY page. Discover the secrets on servicing sales that are worth millions, add the missing ingredient--courage--to your career, learn how to love your job, take a manager's quiz that will revolutionize your style, and much, much more!From the autor of SWIM WITH THE SHARKS WIHOUT BEING EATEN ALIVE."Can Mackay do it again? The answer is a resounding yes. He joins Bob Townsend (UP THE ORGANIZATION) as master of brief, biting, and brilliant business wit and wisdom."Tom PetersA Selection of the Book-of-the-Month, Fortune and Macmillan Book ClubsFrom the Paperback edition.
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Posted by sayed omar on 8/23/2000
this is the terrefic book i had read after the swim with the sharks, it is easy to read , have alot of advice you could not find in any book. if you want to take an advice you can take it from someone like Harvey. have fun and engoy your self
Posted by Anonymous on 3/14/1999
I just finished this book and have already recommended it to 5 friends and co-workers.
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! :)
Posted by Rebecca Henderson on 2/21/2005
This book, like all of Mr. Mackay's books, is absolutely wonderful. The information it contains is timeless. Do yourself - or a friend! - a favor and read this book!