Pink Slip PROOF: How to Control All Future Paychecks

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Pilot Communications Group, Incorporated, Aug 15, 2009 - Employee empowerment - 144 pages
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Are You Pink Slip PROOF?

You should be! Have the job you want, make the income you need and know that your neck isn’t on the chopping block. THAT is being pink slip proof.

Make this a reality in your life by learning and implementing the truths inside this book.

· Discover how to never be fired!
· Learn how to make more money than before!
· Uncover the secrets of all top performers!
· Apply what you learn … today!
· Enjoy the benefits of being pink slip proof!

Everything you read has been tried and tested. It works.

"I’ve never seen a book that encourages you to choose selling but that is what this book does and for a very good reason. To succeed beyond your wildest dreams, selling will play a part. Let Paul J. Meyer, the master of selling, be your guide." – Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute ManagerŪ and Leading at a Higher Level

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About the author (2009)

PAUL J. MEYER launched his dream business: Success Motivationо Institute, Inc. (SMI) in 1960, which is dedicated to motivating people to their full potential.й The product line has expanded to include full-length courses and programs in personal achievement and leadership development. Combined sales of programs written by Meyer exceed 3 billion dollars worldwide, more than any other author in this field. He is considered by many to be the founder of the personal development industry. Before starting SMI, he had a net worth of more than a million dollars ($12,000,000 in todays dollars) that he had earned through selling life insurance, setting records that have still not been beaten. Today, the Meyer family owns and operates over 40 companies around the world and the Paul and Jane Meyer Family Foundation supports more than 30 charities and ministries worldwide. Although Meyer claims he officially retired at age 70, he maintains his lifetime goal of "doing all the good we can, in all the ways we can, for all the people we can, in all the places that we can, for as long as we can." As a result, his vision and activity of the future have only increased.

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