The Road to Your Best Stuff by Mike Williams
Distinguish yourself personally and professionally with Mike Williams’ powerful techniques and insights, developed during a marketing and management consulting career that spans nearly 30 years. Discover how the same principles that work for famous athletes, entertainers, fashion designers and celebrity chefs can make a difference for you and others pursuing those careers, as well as budding carpenters, wedding planners, photographers, cosmetologists and virtually any other professional.
Mike’s process takes you through personal and professional preparation, and into a process of moving forward that includes organizational and promotional techniques. To assist you as you map out the route that suits you best, he provides strategically placed Answers and Actions Needed sections. And he clues you into dozens of great resources—books, magazines and Web sites—to keep you headed in the right direction for years to come. The Foreword is written by motivational speaker Les Brown.
About the Author
Mike Williams has used four decades of experience as a training coordinator, broadcaster, media and marketing strategist, and business growth consultant, to develop systems and techniques that provide pathways to success. He has helped business owners, non-profit executives, authors, public speakers, elected officials, and independent professionals reach new levels of success and find new avenues for increasing impact and/or income.
Known as “mentor” to motivational speaker Les Brown, Mike offers insights in personal and organizational effectiveness through consulting, coaching and training, to guide people through career and business challenges, and help them achieve at their highest levels.
Through his own uniquely designed systems, Mike is able to analyze problems and opportunities, find solutions, and formulate programs for maximum success. His role with Les Brown included introducing him to public speaking as a career option and developing Brown’s speaking business from its very beginning to its first million-dollar year, 5 years later.
Perfect Bound | 128 pages