Become a Key Person of Influence

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Ecademy Press, 2010 - Business & Economics - 186 pages
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Every industry has Key People of Influence. Their names come up in conversation. . .for all the right reasons. They attract opportunities. . .the right sort. They earn more money. . .and it isn't a struggle. Key People of Influence also have more fun. They get invited on trips away, people buy them dinner, they are treated with respect and others listen when they speak. You may think it takes years, or even decades, to become a Key Person of Influence - as this book shows, nothing could be further from the truth! "Becoming a Key People of Influence" in your industry starts today!
 

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Review: Become a Key Person of Influence - The Five- Step Sequence to Becoming One of the Most Highly Valued and Highly Paid People in Your Industry

User Review  - Sharon Tan - Goodreads

A motivational-based book that seeks to inspire people into action. I love that front part of the book and wished it were longer and presented a more convincing argument. The only gripe of why this ... Read full review

Review: Become a Key Person of Influence - The Five- Step Sequence to Becoming One of the Most Highly Valued and Highly Paid People in Your Industry

User Review  - Walter Oh - Goodreads

This is an easy yet refreshing read. Entrepreneurs like myself get caught up in the daily grind too often that we sometimes lose sight of the bigger picture of why we started a business in the first ... Read full review

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Daniel founded his first company in 2002 in Australia at the age of 21. Within 13 months the company was turning over approximately AU$1M. He has since launched over nine businesses and products into new markets with most ventures achieving six-figure sales in the first three months. In 2006, Daniel moved from Australia to launch an office in London. Arriving with only a suitcase and a credit card, Daniel quickly set about building his connections in London. In the first 12 months of operation in the UK, Triumphant Events achieved more than 1M in sales and Daniel was considered as one of the Key People of Influence in his industry. Daniel is in constant demand around the world and speaks to audiences throughout Asia, Australia, Europe and the United States. He speaks from his personal experience of spending large sums of his own money on marketing and advertising, building sales teams, recruiting and retaining high performing teams. Daniel has been able to build successful companies that continue to run even when he has been overseas for six months at a time. Daniel is passionate about social entrepreneurship and is a business advisor and fund-raiser for several charities / not-for-profit organisations (or not-for-dividend as Daniel would say).

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