Bitch, Pitch, and Get Rich: (Success at the Tip of Your Tongue)

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iUniverse, Mar 23, 2011 - Self-Help - 124 pages
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Before you can start winning the battle of words, Before you can sell an idea, Before you can convince someone to accept your point of view, you have to develop confidence and assurance in your own ability.

How many times have you been in the middle of a conversation and realized you've forgotten the original point--or said to yourself, "Why did I start this?"

Once you work on your speaking voice, increased your vocabulary, and improved your memory, you will be eager to enter and win in the verbal arena.

Take a deep breath, relax, and take the time to listen as well as talk. That is the real essence of a "Gift of Gab," and with that you can sell anything including the most important asset you have: YOURSELF

Lee Paul left the oil fields as a Petroleum Engineer and found success in Hollywood where he made over one hundred appearances "on camera" and built a solid reputation as a character actor.

Having found personal worth and fulfillment he now offers his winning strategies to help anyone with the desire to succeed find the principles that sell ideas that lead to their own success.

Don't let the fear of failure prevent you from enjoying the joys of discovery, the challenge of curiosity, and the thrill of self-improvement. If you have trouble expressing yourself, can't remember things, feel afraid to speak up, dislike the sound of your voice, or find life just plain boring, Bitch, Pitch and Get Rich has the answers you need.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER 2 Foolish Fisticuffs
14
CHAPTER 3 Imagination and theMagic AS IF
26
CHAPTER 4 Testing the Tributaries
42
CHAPTER 5 Battling the Behemoths
52
CHAPTER 6 The Overseas Connotation
64
CHAPTER 7 Actually its Alfredo Sauce
74
CHAPTER 8 Gold not all that Glitters
82
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Paul is a transplanted Texan. He attended Texas Tech, and obtained a BS degree from Texas A&I University in Kingsville. He is retired from the oil fields of South Texas.

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