Marketing the Impossible
- Five Steps for Personal and Professional Success
- Narrated by: Barry Lank
- Length: 1 hr and 35 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 07-31-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: Sapir Consulting
Regular price: $6.95
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I have been living the dream of doing whatever I want for nine years! Can you? No, actually you can't. Only gifted people like me can. I am just teasing you. Of course, you can do it.
This is what Marketing the Impossible: Five Steps for Personal and Professional Success is all about. How to be your own boss, rich, and successful? How do make the bold move ahead? You don't need to have lots of money to start. You need to believe in yourself. Learn the powerful, magical secret of the five steps. How to use the five-step model to get amazing results in your business and personal life?
You can change the stories you tell yourself. People tell you not to follow through on your dreams; learn how to ignore them. How do you learn to listen to the right people? In Marketing the Impossible: Personal and Professional, I have given a step-by-step model, based on an extensive coaching and consulting experience.
Want to know how to market the impossible twice effectively? Stephen Covey (seven habits of highly effective people) communicates with a simple, but effective model to change how people operate. I have revealed this powerful secret of the process and where the model fits. Marketing the Impossible: Personal and Professional includes five steps to move you away from the comfort zone to change. The comfort zone has a warm sense of the known. I have shown why it is dangerous for you to remain there - I have busted the safety of the comfort zone.
How do you maintain direction from start to end? Perfect time to start with the actual work!
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Kevin on 02-11-15
more of a summary then new insights.
more of a summary then new insights. rehashs. things like Coveys Habits, Jahari window, blue ocean strategies etc etc. I paid $5 for this and it is fine for that price, but def not worth a whole book. this is like the Sunday edition of a business newspaper article column stretched out to a 2 hour audio book.