BE THE SUCCESS THAT YOU WERE MEANT TO BE: Every business has a beginning, every superstar begins with a small step. This book studies the psychological principles used by people who have created history in the business world. These are simple and yet very important strategies that will change your way of thinking and doing business. This book has been designed to address those types of deeper psychological needs of your customers which you need to identify and then address effectively. Here the authors have provided information that is specific and detailed enough to be usable in your own business to generate profits. Business hints and techniques that they have learnt by studying the business tactics of the superstars - things they have learnt the hard way. These psychological secrets will help you develop fantastic business plan ideas, and create sales and marketing plans that really work and bring in substantial measurable profits. These powerful strategies are not industry specific, because in most cases they deal with business basics that reach across a wide range of business types, and they will be adaptable to your business as well.There is always hoping for the future if you believe in yourself. Learn from the lives of people who are today's icons. Be inspired by their success stories, their trials and tribulations. Say to yourself with confidence that you too can and will have the success that you desire. If you had some setbacks in the past, do not let it hold you back. Like a sports team that's had a bad year, you go back to the basics and learn from the tactics used by the Superstars. After reading this book you need to revisit your strategy, evaluate your weaknesses and strengths. In future put your effort into those areas that are critical to meeting your business goals. Reevaluate your plan and make the changes necessary. This book will give you the courage and help you need along the way.
Number Of Pages: 138
Published: 1st May 2010
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 20.3 x 13.31 x 0.76
Weight (kg): 0.15