Networking Magic is a revolutionary concept that shows you how to find the best in all aspects of life. Whether you're looking for the most lucrative job, the perfect soul mate, the leading medical specialist, or virtually anything else---this is the one book that gets you on the inside track to the top experts, the highest-quality services, and the least expensive products.
Frishman, head of Planned Television Arts, and Lublin, CEO of a public relations firm, who co-authored Guerrilla Publicity, team up again with advice on how use networking to one's advantage. Yet they emphasize that networking isn't just getting it's giving, a process of building and maintaining relationships. The best networkers, they say, do it "because they love helping people and playing matchmaker." Frishman and Lublin offer step-by-step advice on learning how to identify the best people in each field through research, business contacts, evaluating the quality of recommendations you receive and more. The process involves flexibility and being alert to opportunity. The authors tell of food stylist George DoLese, who was waiting in line at a pastry shop when he began talking to the man behind him who happened to be an executive chef. From this casual contact, DoLese obtained a job at a Donald Trump restaurant. Although occasionally repetitious, the text is clearly written and filled with tips and anecdotes that will be useful to those who want to improve their networking skills. Written in an engaging fashion, this book will aid anyone who needs good contacts for any aspect of life, from work to pleasure.
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Great book but takes work to read
Awesome book! Lots of useful information but it takes some effort figuring out what the author is trying to say with all the typos and grammatical mistakes.