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Corinne's Book is OFF THE HOOK, I would recommend Everyone to Read it.
- Bob Warren, Founder, ResumeBear
Many of us remember our parents telling us of the Golden Rule – Treat unto others as you would have others treat unto you – this axiom served us all well as we grew and our circle of contacts, acquaintances and friends expanded. Indeed, as we entered into our primary, middle and secondary education when the universe was seemingly centered on our forehead, it served as a powerful compass as we muddled our way through our daily interactions. We were making contact and some of these individuals would evolve to lifelong trusted contacts. Then as we entered the workforce it seemed remarkable how the lessons of our childhood seemingly disappeared for many as they marched through the professional “trenches.”
In “It’s not who you know, it’s how you treat them,” Ms. Gregory discusses in plain-speak how to stop mining the rolodex for who can do something for you next, and start investing in the rolodex. Her chapter architecture is spot-on – Topic – Discussion – Self-inspection. [More...]The complete review can be found here
- Christopher Burgess
How many times have you heard the sayings, "Be good to the people on your way up because you'll meet them again on your way down," or "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you," or "Be kind to your neighbors," etc.? There's good reason for sayings such as these and Corinne Gregory, leading authority on social skills and personal development, shows you why in her book It's Now Who You Know It's How You Treat Them.
Though her book focuses mainly on business relationships, her advice holds true for all relationships in general. Her book covers these topics and more:
- It’s all about Attitude: Cultivating the Power of Respect.
- Perception IS Reality: Making a Winning First Impression.
- Turning “What’s in it for ME?” into “What’s in it for US?
- Five Simple Ways to Make Lasting Connections.
- Showing Appreciation as a valuable tool.
If you want to be a success in business, or in life in general, it's not really about who you know and networking your hours away, but rather how you treat these people. If you have a winning attitude and treat others well you'll be seen as someone who can be trusted. Successful people aren't simply lucky; they know "five secrets" that make all the difference.
Corinne also offers custom workshops and can speak at corporate, educational or youth event. Purchase It's Not Who You Know It's How YouTreat Them today and start making positive changes in your life!
- Kelly Wallace