Getting Everything You Can Out of All You've Got: 21 Ways You Can Out-Think, Out-Perform, and Out-Earn the Competition

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St. Martin's Press, Feb 21, 2000 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
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A trusted advisor to America's top corporations and recognized as one of today's preeminent marketing experts, Jay Abraham has created a program of proven strategies to help you realize undreamed-of success! Unseen opportunities face each of us every day. Using clear examples from his own experience, Jay explains just how easy it can be to find and/or create new opportunities for wealth-building in any existing business, enterprise, or venture.

And just how easy can it be? One entrepreneur took the concept of the ballpoint pen and refined it into a mulimillion-dollar idea: roll-on deodorant. Fred Smith of Federal Express took the methods that banks use for clearing checks to develop an overnight delivery company that has revolutionized the way we do business. Now, what have you seen-- or are going to see-- that you could take and turn to your advantage?

In Getting Everything You Can Out of All You've Got: 21 Ways You Can Out-Think, Out-Perform, and Out-Earn the Competition, the program focuses on helping you spot the hidden assets, overlooked opportunities, and untapped resources around you, and gives you, and gives you fresh eyes with which to see and capitalize on them. You'll also learn how to adapt and apply these tools to your unique circumstances to maximize your income, influence, power, and success.

 

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Contents

Great Expectations
How Can You Go Forward If You Dont Know Which Way Youre Facing?
Break Even Today Break the Bank Tomorrow
Make Em an Offer They Cant Refuse
Would You Like the Left Shoe Too?
How to Never Fall off a Cliff
Part II
Someone You Should Meet
The Prodigal Client
Fish Where the Big Fish
Big Profits
Leave a Message After the Beep
One Last Thought
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Jay Abraham has helped grow more than four hundred companies, including IBM, Microsoft, Citibank, and Charles Schwab. He lives with his wife and children in Palos Verdes, California.

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