THINK BIG ACT BIGGER. 4. 5. PART ONE / OWN IT! This company, an otherwise terrific software business, couldn't deal with it. They were willing to pay my. Think Big, Act Bigger: The Rewards of Being Relentless - Jeff Hayzlett (PDF file). The page you are accessing is a downloadable PDF file. You may retrieve this. irkeraslajour.ga: Think Big, Act Bigger: The Rewards of Being Relentless ( ): Jeffrey W. Hayzlett, Jim Eber: Books.
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Keynote – “ Think Big – Act Bigger”. Jeffrey Hayzlett. Primetime TV & Radio Host, Keynote. Speaker, Best-Selling Author and Global. Business Celebrity. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data. Hayzlett, Jeffrey W. Think big , act bigger: the rewards of being relentless/by Jeffrey Hayzlett, with Jim Eber. The book download offered here is an unpublished, advanced review copy in pdf format and therefore, may not present the same reading experience as the.
Then I looked at the list. There were words on there I would never think of using. It would be very difficult for me to work them all in, but I love a challenge.
Forget for a moment that the company never discussed any of this with me before sending over these stipulations. Want me to tone it down? Just ask me. I am an open book. Both awake and asleep as I use Audible to que it up for an hour each night as I go to bed.
Need to make something happen? download this book. Then read it. If you don't, you no longer have any excuses for your lack of progress.
For me, listening counts as much as "reading" and I use the term reading for both. Oct 12, Darren rated it really liked it. The author is an acclaimed industry veteran who has the scares to prove it, and here he seeks to inspire and get people thinking and doing things. Even with the expected alpha-male bombastic, egocentric positivity that comes with this book, it did seem to be more genuine, heart-felt and actual than many others.
Maybe part of the attraction for this reviewer is the perceived less strait-laced, possibly irreverent approach taken by the author.
It grew on you. In fact the relative unconventional, direct approach taken tipped this over from being a reasonable three-star book to a great four-star one and potentially the sky is the limit. What a f…g nightmare the airport was, the b…ds lost my case and gave me s.. The author tells the story: I counted on my fingers math is not my strong suit how many bad words that gave me: Then I looked at the list.
There were words on there I would never think of using. It would be very difficult for me to work them all in, but I love a challenge. Forget for a moment that the company never discussed any of this with me before sending over these stipulations.
Want me to tone it down? Just ask me. I am an open book. I am not effective or for everyone, and I know it, but as a result, no one ever complains that they got something they were not expecting.
Why would they want me to change who I was on a fundamental level? After all, everyone uncritically loves TED talks or what? Franchise trendy food stores are just doing a great job? A consistent, uniform product must be superior? You can warm to the author and his style. Even relatively mundane issues about interacting with an assistant can seem one thing but be another when you focus on the detail and consider why a certain course of action was taken.
All over, for example, a simple question about a colour or monochrome print out. Be different?
The author wrote: Feb 06, Christine Zibas rated it really liked it. However, I enjoy both business books and self-help books, and this is really a combination of the two. The lessons shared by Hayzlett can be applied on both a micro and macro level because, indeed, in the world of work, we are our own brand. Who we are and what we achieve is largely self-determined, not the result of where we work.
We shape our own destiny, but often forget tha I can't claim to be a TV fan of Author Jeffrey Hayzlett because, frankly, I never heard of him before I read this book.
We shape our own destiny, but often forget that in the midst of a corporate environment. There are plenty of great ideas in this book, and once you look past the alpha-male posing, things are presented clearly, succinctly, and with some real depth of thought.
One of the best ideas is about power and empowering the people that work for you to do their jobs by sharing a very clear mission and direction, and then letting them get on with it.
Too many managers instead claim the wrong sort of power seeking to control every detail and as a result, never really get to the bigger ideas or actions.
Need proof? Just look around you. I like the brevity of the book and the ideas contained therein. Too often writers will make books longer simply for the sake of padding out their writing, without really adding any additional substance. This book is lean and driven. There are plenty of great ideas; just open the book at any chapter and apply. It's that simple and that great. Aug 15, Sandra rated it it was amazing. Jeffrey W.
Hayzlett wasn't a familiar name to me before reading this book but his no nonsense writing style and managerial advice to succeed in business resonated with my take charge Type A personality. I found myself folding down page corners and re-reading passages and mantras like "TYCO" which stands for "thank you Captain Obvious" meaning someone is wasting time pointing out what is easily understood and NO explanation should be needed.
Top people in companies do need to remember how to clea Jeffrey W. Top people in companies do need to remember how to clean their own toilets and remember people are the backbone of their product.
Today's customers demand better and specialized service in today's fast paced world and technology should be a part of that but never settle for complacency. This book would be a hit with employees climbing the ladder to success and wanting inspiration to reach farther while retaining their personality and serving others which requires them to THINK and ACT with no waffling allowed.
Own your mistakes and learn from them but never stop moving forward and never think you're too big to fail. Hayzlett along with Jim Eber nails the rewards of hard work and building your brand and showing how icons like Cadillac, Ford, and Domino's Pizza faced opposition, feedback and sustained their business and came out stronger and are still around today.
Take a moment to study their websites and get a feel for each company. Why would such-and-such a company need your product or services?
Figure out what some of the benefits would be for them. The same thing goes for sales calls. Figure out which person within an organization is the designated buyer.
Step 3: Define Your Conditions of Satisfaction Before you pick up the phone or send an email, make sure you have a clear idea of what your goal is, essentially you need to decide what end result with satisfy you.
It may sound obvious, but ask yourself these questions: What do you want to sell? Step 4: Decide on Your Sales Channel Thanks to technology, the ways to connect with potential customers is more varied than ever before.