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“BUSINESS NETWORKING AND SEX (NOT WHAT YOU THINK)”

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“Business Networking and Sex (Not What You Think)” by Ivan Misner, Ph.D., Hazel Walker, and Frank De Raffele offers three experts’ perspectives on issues that rise in networking situations and how to learn from both sexes, male and female.

Over a four-year period, these experts surveyed more than 12,000 businesspeople all over the world focusing on 25 specific, simple questions. It’s the, “He Says, She Says,” of battle of the sexes and how males and females approach different networking situations. Are men and women that different or are we pretty similar?

“91% of men & women say networking played an integral part of their success.”

This book is a definite must read for anyone who wants to grow and maintain their business relationships. Understanding both genders will advance your networking skills and extinguish the stresses of working with the opposite sex. Once read, you’ll want to continue passing along to friends and associates to be read and reread by all.

To find out more, click here: “Business Networking and Sex (Not What You Think)”

Olivia Colman

Written by Olivia Colman

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