Make Yourself Unforgettable: How to become the person everyone remembers and no one can resist
There's nothing more critical to your success than your ability to stand out as a uniquely qualified, valuable, appealing individual -- someone whom other people really want to work with, work for, know, and help. Make Yourself Unforgettable takes an in-depth look at the 10 essential elements of being unforgettable, and gives you a clear-cut step-by-step guide for developing and embodying them.
In this dynamic book, you'll learn the secrets of the Dale Carnegie Class-Act System:
- The six steps to managing communication problems honestly, effectively, and unforgettably.
- Four unsuspecting stumbling blocks to completely ethical behavior, and how to avoid them.
- A new way to understand and exude confidence.
- The five key social skills that identify someone as a class act.
- How to neutralize and even prevent fear and anxiety -- in yourself and in the people around you.
- Resiliency builders that will hone and strengthen your ability to bounce back from adversity.
Once you discover exactly how you can naturally and effortlessly distinguish yourself, you'll find that people in every area of your life -- from work to home and everywhere in between -- respond to you more positively and generously than they ever have before!
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The Unforgettable Energy
Class in a Crisis
Inspiration Not Imitation
Honesty with Honor
The Key Communication Skill
Class and Confidence
Patience with a Purpose
Intelligence beyond Intellect
Resilience without Regret
Appreciation beyond the Comfort Zone
Courage the Flip Side of Fear
Money and Class
Dont Worry Be Classy
Achievement Productivity and Beyond
Empathy for Almost Everyone
Building Confidence in Your Team
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