Success with People: Your Action Plan for Prosperity and Success

Success with People: Your Action Plan for Prosperity and Success

Author : Cavett Robert

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Rs. 250.00
Classification Self-Help
Pub Date 30 October 2018
Imprint Manjul Publishing House
Page Extent 216
Binding Paperback
Language English
ISBN 9789388241205
In stock
Rs. 250.00
(inclusive all taxes)
About the Book

The author will show you that success in life will be determined by your ability to get along with other people.
By reading Cavett Robert's book, you can become part of the small, fabulously successful group that is responsible for the overwhelming majority of the positive results in the world today.
Human Engineering can be defined as the science of knowing how to deal with people.
Your personal success as well as your financial success is measured by your ability to get along with people. The lesson of human motivation will help you in your determination to meet your goals in life.
This book will show you the proper steps in managing people and how to make them respond to your wishes. One of the important lessons in life is discovering how to sell yourself to others, and get them to help you in anything you may want to attempt.
Follow the six principles in Cavett Robert's book and you can have more money and personal power than you ever dreamed possible.

About the Author(s)

Cavett Roberts NSA was founded in 1973 by Cavett Robert who was born November 14, 1907 in Starkville, Mississippi and died in September 1997. Members still hold to a code of helping one another known as The Spirit of Cavett and in honor of Cavett's birthday, NSA celebrates the Spirit of NSA day every November 14. Even though he suffered from stage fright in his younger years, Cavett Robert joined Toastmasters International and went on to receive his first paid speech at the age of 61. Cavett's idea for NSA began with just 35 attendees of the Phoenix Summer Sales Seminar in 1969. After years of work, the National Speakers Association was incorporated on July 12, 1973. Cavett Robert s hope was to build a bigger pie so everyone could have a bigger slice. In July 1979, Cavett Robert was honored with NSA s first Member of the Year Award, later renamed The Cavett Award, which is awarded to the member who best exemplifies the qualities of caring, sharing, loving and making a difference in people's lives.

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