Be A Shortcut: The Secret Fast Track to Business Success

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 22, 2008 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
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Shortcut is the new catchphrase that identifies high-quality, influence and value in employees and executives. Be A Shortcut is a business book that provides new frameworks and tactics to help a broad range of individuals become the professionals their company can't live without. The book shows you how to actually become a Shortcut using Halford's proven, Shortcut success formula. You'll gain more influence, become more valuable, get promoted faster, find better customers, get better raises - no matter what you do. Shortcut is a way of thinking, a way of doing, a way of being - and when you commit yourself to it, you'll write your own ticket to wherever you want to go.

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Title Page
Shortcut Quiz
BackRoad Basics
Make It Easier MakeItBetterMake MoreMoney
The Shortcut of Efficiency Easier
Organize Your Info
Scoop It Up Shortcuts Are in All Types of Careers
The Care and Feeding of Your
Attitude Why a Good Attitude Will Make You Money and a Bad One Will Cost
EmotionalIntelligence The MustHave TraitofaShortcut
The Secret Weapon of Shortcuts Everywhere
Why Its Usually the Right Answer
Shortcuts Transform

Get Some Screen Time PutYour Money Where the Shortcut
Incite Your Insights Throw Some Spice onthe Grill How to Stand Out with JustaLittleBit
Excel as a WhiteBeltFirst Get Framed

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Scott G. Halford is a speaker, consultant, and expert in emotional intelligence and professional mastery. He is the owner of Complete Intelligence, LLC, a consultancy with clients such as Molson Coors, Medtronic, Microsoft, and Ingersoll Rand.

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