The Best Guide to Success

How to Get Ahead in Your Career

Barbara Somervill; Read by Donna Hunter

Macmillan Audio

Download Image Barbara Somervill; Read by Donna Hunter The Best Guide to Success

Available Formats

Audio Book
Drawing on the best thinking about management styles, motivation, leadership, and self-improvement, author Barbara Somervill brings together surefire strategies for becoming your company's most valued employee. The Best Guide to Success is a comprehensive fusion of advice and techniques from business experts---including Carnegie, Covey, Hill, Robbins, Robert Fulgrum, Og Mandino, David Ogilvy, Alvin Toffler, John McCormack, Tom Peters, Joe Girard, Harvey Mackey, John R. Graham, Joseph McClendon, and dozens of others.

Connect with the Author

Macmillan Newsletter


Sign up to receive information about new books, author events, and special offers.

Sign up now

Reviews

Reviews from Goodreads

Back

About the Author

Barbara Somervill; Read by Donna Hunter

Barbara Somervill is professional writer who has been a magazine editor, journalist, and advertising copywriter for more than twenty years. Somervill is a member of the National Association of Female Executives, the Association of Women in Communications, and the International Documentary Association. Donna Hunter narrated Sidney Sheldon's Tell Me Your Dreams and Barbara Somervill's The Best Guide to Success, both published by Macmillan Audio. In reviewing Tell Me Your Dreams, AudioFile magazine said, "Hunter is adept at conveying the emotions of terror, fear, and hope as we follow Ashley through the trial and beyond."

Barbara Somervill
Donna Hunter

Back

Buy the Book

Available Formats and Book Details

The Best Guide to Success
How to Get Ahead in Your Career
Barbara Somervill; Read by Donna Hunter

Abridged Digital Audio

Abridged  Digital Audio
Macmillan Audio
March 2003
Abridged Digital Audio
ISBN: 9781593970239
ISBN10: 1593970234
Audio Run Time: 3:30
$8.99
Back

From The Publisher

Macmillan Audio

Latest on Facebook

Latest on Twitter

Back