Need help surviving global competition?

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If earning a living seems more daunting these days, you’ll find a few coping clues in Add to  Your Edge: 12 Ways to Excel in the 21st Century.  This recently released book guides readers through  a dozen changes in direction that have turned the working world upside down.


Whether you own a small business, or you’re president or CEO of a large corporation, seasoned employee or recent graduate, you’ll find out how the game has changed. This book covers new rules for everything from career advancement to customer service. It helps readers climb today’s unsteady career ladder, control inevitable crises and cope with intense 21st century competition.


Add to Your Edge could be your playbook on how to survive . . . even thrive . . .  in the global marketplace. This book tells you how to take advantage of current trends rather than letting them cripple you. Even its page of contents gives you a glimpse at what you need to do to keep pace with change, including:


Chapter 1. Re-Train Your Brain                                                                                 Chapter 4. Crack into your Creativity                                                                     Chapter 7. Control Crises and Conundrums                                                 Chapter 12. Re-Imagine the Road to Success


Add to Your Edge is now available in paperback and eBook on and other online booksellers. It can also be ordered at your local bookstores, along with Maciak’s four previous books: What Are People Skills, Anyway?, First Job Jitters, Job Shopping and The Monster Show.





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