Treat Me Like a Customer: Using Lessons from Work to Succeed in Life

    By Louis Upkins
Be As Successful at Home As You Are at WorkSo many professionals work non-stop to secure the next rung on the corporate ladder. Why then do they struggle to enjoy their success even at the peak of their career? According to entrepreneur Louis Upkins, by using a simple customer-service principle, you can learn how to be just as successful at home as you are at work. Fulfill your calling as a parent and spouse by treating those closest to you as well as you would treat your customers.Powerful stories and clear, practical teaching help leaders at every level reorder their priorities and bring their lives back into balance. You will learn: * How to balance the demands of work and home * What your loved ones really want * How to regain trust and build integrity * Why a good fight isn't the end of the world * How to protect your family from competition By applying these and other tactics explained by Upkins, you will reconnect with your family and experience the same success at home that you enjoy at work.
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Posted February 17, 2010, 10:54 PM with category of General Business
Jack asked me to take a look at a book recently that, I must admit, I was a bit skeptical about at first. For a number of different reasons, a book of marriage advice (geared mostly toward successful men) entitled Treat Me Like a Customer seems like a dicey proposition, especially so if it's being released by a Christian publisher. Zondervan seems to have pulled it off, though, with Louis Upkins' book of sage advice on building and, when need be, repairing the relationships with those closest to us. Read more


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Publish Date 12/21/2009
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