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The 5 Step Sequence to becoming one of the most highly valued and highly paid people in your industry.
By Daniel Priestley – Entrepreneur behind several successful start-ups.
In every industry there are ‘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 enjoy a special status in their chosen field because they are well connected, well known, well regarded and highly valued. They get invited to be a part of the best teams and projects and they can often write their own terms.
Key People also have more fun. They get invited on trips away. People buy them dinner and drinks. They are treated with respect and others listen when they speak.
Many People wait around thinking it takes years to become a Key Person in their field however relying on time in the industry alone is too much of a risky strategy.
Getting into the inner circle of your industry involves a different approach. This book covers a very specific “5 Step Sequence” to fast tracking your way into the inner circle of your industry and becoming a Key Person of Influence … fast.
Over the last 10 years the management Gurus have told you to “systemise” and “stay behind the scenes”. They tell you NOT to raise your profile and show the world how special you are from fear of being in too much demand.
The reality is that the greatest entrepreneurs on earth spend most of their time positioning themselves as the most important person in their industry. Think of Branson, Soros, Buffett, Jobs and Trump; they all do their best to be known as the Key Person in their industries.
In truth, unimportant people don’t make millions.
Unimportant people don’t need systems because they don’t win the business, they don’t attract the team and they don’t hear about the big-break opportunities. Your main job as an entrepreneur is to become a Key Person of Influence and maintain it.
About the Author
This book is written by Daniel Priestley, a successful entrepreneur and event producer. After seeing more than 100,000 business people networking at his events, Daniel started to notice that some people were magnets for opportunity while others seemed to walk away empty handed over and over again.
From his experience working along side some of the worlds most successful entrepreneurs, authors and speakers Daniel knew there were 5 keys to becoming a Key Person of Influence in any field fast.
Daniel Priestley is passionate about the changing nature of business and work. In 2006 he predicted an "Entrepreneur Revolution" would begin to take hold where regular people could start great small businesses based upon their passion rather than working in stale offices of big corporations.
He believes that never in history has there been a better time to tap into your passion and inspiration to form an enterprise that sets you free from "work". However, before you can truly make it a success you need to become known as a Key Person of Influence in that field.
This book has very powerful ideas that will have you achieving much more in far less time. Hard work is not enough; if you want to make it big, you must strive to become a Key Person of Influence. This book shows you exactly how to do that faster. -- Mike Harris Creator of 3 Multi-Billion Pound Businesses and Author of "Find Your Lightbulb" This book hits on the big trends of our time and shows you how to leverage them to your advantage and to the advantage of the the people you meet. This is a must read. -- Thomas Power Founder of Ecademy.com and co-author of "A Friend In Every City" Why be a 'worker bee' when you could instead be a 'Key Person of Influence'? Daniel's book explains exactly how to get into the inner circle of any industry, fast. Read this book! -- Mike Southon Financial Times columnist and best-selling business author
Number Of Pages: 188
Published: 1st June 2012
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.9 x 1.0
Weight (kg): 0.19