Whether you’re working for someone else, or self-employed, the biggest product you have to offer is yourself. So why not be the best you can be? In You, Inc., Jim Randel presents 50 points to ponder in creating the value of You.
This little book touches on important ideas like handling failure and adversity, working on your people skills, providing more value than the customer expects, persistence, productivity, and integrity. As always, Randel provides a bibliography of additional reading for researching a topic in more depth.
As the creator of the “Skinny On” series, Randel knows how to chunk a big concept down to manageable bites, and this new “..and a whole lot more!” series follows the same premise (minus the stick figures.) If you want to learn how to improve your business and life skills quickly, you’d be wise to read You, Inc.
Reviewer: Alice Berger