How to Succeed in Anything by Really Trying

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Random House of Canada, Jan 5, 2010 - Self-Help - 224 pages
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An experienced executive himself, Lyman MacInnis has guided the careers and affairs of successful executives and entrepreneurs as well as internationally renowned entertainers and athletes.

An inspiring and practical book of career advice for everyone, from executives and partners, to mid-career professionals and even graduates looking to get in on the ground floor.

For anyone ready to work their way to the top, Lyman MacInnis delivers the essentials. Advising on topics from networking, leadership, conflict resolution, negotiation, to never embarrassing yourself when addressing a crowd, and even how to give and take advice, How to Succeed in Anything by Really Trying is a wonder of common sense and a wealth of simple knowledge.


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Contents

BE EFFICIENT WITH THINGS EFFECTIVE
16
HAVE A WELLSTOCKED SOCK DRAWER
43
BEWARE THE ADDICTION
66
IO EVOLLTION IS PREFERABLE TO REVOLUTION
78
TRUTH IS LIKE SURGERY
85
z CHARACTER TRUMPS REPUTATION 39
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Is GOOD LISTENERS ARENT JUST POPULAR
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For more than three decades, as a senior partner with international accounting firms, Lyman MacInnis has acted as a strategist and facilitator to corporations and professional organizations ranging in size from owner-managed enterprises to Fortune 500 companies. An award-winning author, he has written more than 300 articles and has authored and co-authored twelve books. He lives in Toronto.


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