Descriere: A guide to making money through professional speaking. The book offers tips and techniques for reaching the ranks of the highest paid speakers and checklists, resources and actual examples are also provided.
Page dim. 228 x 155 x 16
Weight: 342 grams
Autori: Alan Weiss | Editura: McGraw-Hill Companies | Anul aparitiei: 1997 | ISBN: 9780070696150 | Numar de pagini: 256 | Categorie: Careers
Michael Betrus, Jay A. Block
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