An Awesome Tool for Any Young Professional

As many of you know, I recently published a book, The Young Professional’s Guide to the Working World: Savvy Strategies to Get in, Get ahead to Rise to the top. Sales are going well and so far the reviews and press have been great!

 

Check it out on Amazon here, in paper or Kindle version. Feel free to spread the word too!

 

The Young Professional’s Guide to the Working World provides important insights on the topics essential to success within the first 5-10 years of any corporate career, including:

  • How to get promoted faster and drive results not matter what your industry or job title
  • The 25 attributes all successful young professionals possess
  • How to avoid being a DOPE (someone who Disses Opportunity, Potential & Earnings)
  • The keys to becoming a STAR in your career (someone who is Savvy, Tenacious, Adaptive & Resourceful)
  • How to create and implement a career blueprint plan, the right way
  • Leveraging mentoring to ensure career success

Also, look out for the 2nd book in the YP series, The Young Professional’s Guide to Managing, due out in May of this year.

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About Young Professional's Edge (YP Edge)

Aaron McDaniel is a corporate manager, entrepreneur, author, public speaker and community leader. Aaron has held numerous management roles at a Fortune 500 company, being appointed Regional Vice President at the age of 27, and is the founder of multiple entrepreneurial ventures. He is also the author of the book, The Young Professional's Guide to the Working World (http://www.amazon.com/Young-Professionals-Guide-Working-World/dp/1601632428). Aaron instructed a highly rated student-led course on leadership at UC Berkeley’s Haas Undergraduate School of Business and has a book, The Young Professional's Guide to the Working World: Savvy Strategies to Get In, Get Ahead, and Rise to the Top, due to be out later this year. Aaron offers advice that helps young professionals build the foundation for a successful career. Visit his blog, http://www.ypedge.com to learn more.

Posted on February 5, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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