Business Book Giveaway: “Advice Is for Winners,” by Raul Valdes-Perez

    We’ve all held back from asking for advice.

    We’ve been in situations where we didn’t know what to do, and we could have asked someone more knowledgeable than us for advice—but we didn’t.

    Maybe it worked out in the end and just took a little longer than it otherwise would have; maybe it didn’t work out at all. But we may have been a little more informed and prepared for it had we solicited the advice of someone we trust.

    Advice Is For Winners

    Why didn’t we ask for advice? Maybe we couldn’t think of anyone trustworthy to ask. Or maybe we didn’t want to show to the world—or admit to ourselves—that we don’t have all the answers.

    Advice Is For Winners

    Advice Is For Winners

    In Advice Is For Winners, Raul Valdes-Perez explains the intellectual, social, and emotional reasons that human beings hold back from asking for advice in unfamiliar situations.

    Whatever it is that’s keeping us from asking for the information and guidance we need, Advice Is For Winners will help you:

    • Understand the obstacles that prevent us from asking for help, both in work and in life
    • Define who can offer the best advice
    • Find an adviser
    • Treat your adviser with courtesy and respect his or her time
    • Let go of your misgivings and understand that qualified advice can unlock your potential

    Full of real-life examples, practical tips, and a warm tone, Valdes-Perez’s Advice Is For Winners is a valuable reference for recent graduates, experienced workers, small business owners—anyone interested in increasing their business and personal success.

    Comment to Win Your Copy!

    Leave a comment and give us an example of a time you wish you would have asked for advice, and we’ll select one commenter on Friday, January 25th to win a copy of Advice Is For Winners!

     

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      One comment on “Business Book Giveaway: “Advice Is for Winners,” by Raul Valdes-Perez
      1. Barbara says:

        When I first went to college, I was dedicated to a different major and wish I had asked for advice based on my strong points. Once I entered the job market, I finally discovered what I did best and work was much more enjoyable.

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