Written in plain English, the book is targeted at all those who are in to self-improvement, all those who wish to progress up the management ladder, all those who are just starting out on a career, all those who seem to be stuck in a rut and going nowhere. It is designed to make you think, act and then reap results for your actions.
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This is a book that will make you look at yourself, you WILL become a better employee, a better person, and a happier and more successful person. A.L.
The importance of being positive has certainly been highlighted by the author. He has hit the nail on the head on this subject, a very informative and inspirational read. B.C.
A MUST read for anyone who has a desire to be successful and succeed in life. R.G.
This is all common sense stuff but seeing it in print reminds us just what we need to do if we want to be a success in business or in our workplace. This book gets my vote. M. S.
Outstanding content, easy reading, inspirational, plain English. D. B.
Loved the ‘Ideal Staff’ page, wish my staff had half of those attributes however it has inspired me to introduce more focused training and have set the ‘Ideal Staff’ menu as our company Benchmark.. Grateful employer.
I bought a hardcopy back in 2009 and I thought it expensive at the time (£19.99) but I have used it as a workbook and a reference book and have found it invaluable in so many ways and it has made me think about my life’s path. Great wee book, thank you. I.J.
We have a copy of this book in our school library and it has been referred to quite a few times in career discussions, common sense approach that all can understand and if practised, will go a long way in helping young people on the first step to employment. S.F. P.
David A (Drew) Gregg has been a contributor to magazines and newspapers for over 20 years using various pseudonyms, known by family and friends as Drew he now publishes books under his full birth name. David A is a very versatile writer and as well as contributing serious topics he also dabbles in humour.
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