The Secrets of Successful Communication by Kevin T. McCarney
A Simple Guide to Effective Encounters in Business (Big Brain vs. Little Brain Communication)

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To succeed at work and in life, people need to know how to have great encounters in person, online, and on the phone with customers, collegues, and clients. Kevin T. McCarney shows how readers can create positive results in every communication every day when they understand the secrets of the Big Brain and the Little Brain - the two communcation brains we all use.

About Kevin T. McCarney

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Businessman, entrepreneur, and community leader. Kevin opened his first Poquito Mas restaurant in 1984. That first small restaurant has grown into a $15 million a year business with twelve locations in the Los Angeles area, serving nearly 4,000 customers every day. He severs on the board of directors of the California State Compensation Insurance Fund, the California Restaurant Association, the Burbank Arts in Education Foundation, the Boys and Girls Club of Burbank, and the Universal City-North Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.
Published November 8, 2011 by O'Connell House. 201 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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