A review of the book 'Never Eat Alone' by Keith Ferrazzi. The reviewer criticizes the author for his self-centered attitude and repetitive content. However, the book provides practical tips on networking and building meaningful relationships. It is recommended for those new to networking and business.Best for
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I WAS REALLY GLAD I READ THIS BOOK. This book does a great job of empasizing how to connect with and surround yourself with people whom will not only add meaning to your life, but rather a relationship of mutual benefit by the value you provide to each other. HIGHLY RECOMMEND YOU READ THIS BOOK if you want to truly succeed and understand what success actually means. Here is a clue -> Life balance is the result of doing the things that bring happiness to your life.
I am only reading this book because it is required by one of my professors but if I could give this book 0 stars I would. It’s AWFUL. All Keith does is talk about his life story and being up how he’s so successful a million different ways. The few points he makes are valid but I found myself skipping anytime he started talking himself or a colleague. Don’t buy it, don’t read it.
I learned a lot from this book and refer to it often. I think anyone who owns their own business should read this. Good fundamentals for networking and building relationships that are actually meaningful.
The description is not what I expected. This book is more about analyze social behavior and provide guidance to live a networking life. The life experience and stories of Keith Ferrazzi is interesting but can be a little repetitive and wordiness after reading 25 chapters (the book has 32 chapters). It is probably suitable for young graduates who just started their professional career.
I took great notes from this book that I’m sure will help impact my business going forward. I’m excited to implement some of these ideas.
Excellent read, that I highly recommend to either a seasoned or new professional. His approach to networking or "connecting" is spot on and authentic. In fact, the use of the word connecting versus networking has a more personal approach. I always recommend this book to anyone who is either entering a new profession or new at connecting. I have given my copy away to a young business owner and plan on buying another copy for reference. Again, I highly recommend it.
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