The Success Process Handbook
Success. It is something that everyone strives for in both their personal and professional lives. Some may choose to go it alone, some may surround themselves with an army of workers at their disposal, and some may go the less is more strategy as far as members of their team. While the level of success a person may be seeking can vary from living a comfortable life to being a mega business tycoon, the one thing that remains the same is that a plan needs to be in place to achieve their personal goal. In The Success Process Handbook: A Thinking Persons’ Guide To Interpersonal Relationships, author Tony Fielek outlines ways a person can reach their goals in the most efficient ways and how to go about surrounding themselves with people to help them achieve their goals. Fielek breaks down his book into chapters that focus on specific strategies and skills that he believes can help you on your way to a successful path. His book emphasizes the readers’ need for vision and then lists steps to take and methods to follow to reach their desired goal.
The Success Process Handbook has a lot of very interesting suggestions, theories, methods, and strategies that authors can refer to, whether they are working at an established company trying to climb the corporate ladder or are entrepreneurs looking to start their own businesses. Fielek, obviously, is very passionate about the information he shares in his book and tries to get his message across in a way that is not a rote “how-to” book that can cause readers to lose interest. Instead, he throws in anecdotes, quotes, and easy-to-understand lists that will keep readers hooked. The length of the book is also a bonus, as it delivers his message in a concise manner that will appeal to readers who shy away from long books, either because they lose interest halfway through the book or they don’t have the time to read books that are hundreds of pages long. The addition of an about the author would add to this book’s authenticity, showing the background knowledge that Fielek has that brings merit to this book.
Overall, if you are looking for a book to get you started on how to make a change in your professional life, this would be a good one to start with.
After editing at City Book Review for a few years, I took up the duties of editorial assistant, which include assigning books for review, posting reviews to our various sites, and nagging reviewers for things. In my non-nagging time, I’m a gamer, artist, writer, and notorious black thumb/bane of plants. My answer to every book-related question: read Octavia Butler.
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