Sell Yourself Without Selling Your Soul: A Woman's Guide to Promoting Herself, Her Business, Her Product, Or Her Cause with Integrity and Spirit

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HarperCollins, Jun 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 400 pages
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Whether you're a company employee looking to move up the corporate ladder or an entrepreneur wanting to position yourself as a hot property, Susan Harrow will show you how to master the art of self-promotion with style and substance.

Sell Yourself Without Selling Your Soul will teach you:

  • To be the message you want to give.
  • The formula professional publicists use to create a winning press kit.
  • Strategies to master any type of media interview, verbally and sychologically.
  • Insider secrets to help you become an overnight expert.
  • The dos and don'ts of forming strong lasting bonds with the media.
  • Dozens of ways to gain worldwide fame and fortune on your own terms.

Written in a conversational, woman-to-woman style, this innovative book blends illuminating personal anecdotes and wisdom of famous spiritual, historical, and political leaders with Harrow's own unique system. You'll find helpful examples of powerful publicity packages and dozens of practical exercises that instruct and motivate, not to mention proven techniques to save you time, grief, and money.

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User Review  - countrymouse - LibraryThing

One of the best sales books I've ever read. It helps you understand how to self promote even when it goes against your nature Read full review

About the author (2003)

Susan Harrow is the Ashley Watkins Professor of French at the University of Bristol, UK. She is the author of "Zola, the Body Modern: Pressures and Prospects of Representation "and "The Material, the Real, and the Fractured Self: Subjectivity and Representation from Rimbaud to Reda".

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