Wednesday, March 11, 2009

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Featured on the Today Show, The Power of WHO is a LIFE CHANGING Resource!

After 25 years as one on the world's leading executive recruiters in sports and entertainment, Bob Beaudine, CEO of Eastman & Beaudine offers practical and proven advice, through a common sense approach to attaining your Goals and Dreams.

Bob Beaudine believes Networking is Not working for Americans any longer. This highly respected and well-connected head hunter shares his philosophy on what really works in identifying what your dream in life is and how to get it. With his unique 100/40 principle, Beaudine takes the traditional networking concept, shakes it up and rebuilds it, explaining that individuals already know everyone they need to know. He shows readers that they have established a powerful network simply by interacting with people in their daily lives. Beaudine explains this new way to achieve dreams clearly, in a step-by step fashion using his well-tested knowledge to break it down and help readers tap into the Power of Who.

Testimonials:“Bob Beaudine had me hooked by chapter two! He articulates what we instinctively know: people matter most. God teaches this. Our heart teaches this. But we forget. You are holding a timely reminder. I’m going to read it again.”- Max Lucado, New York Times bestselling author of inspirational Christian books“Bob Beaudine challenges you to think differently. His unique approach to life and business has helped elevate many careers.”- Roger Goodell, Commissioner of the NFL

“The Power of WHO provides great lessons about how to succeed in business and in life. If you surround yourself with quality people and great friends, the sky’s the limit.”- Wayne Gretzky, Owner, Managing Partner and Head Coach, Phoenix Coyotes“The Power of WHO is the biggest, simplest idea that has ever hit the scene for effectively building, growing and sustaining relationships!”- Todd Duncan, New York Times bestselling author-motivational speaker-sales trainer

Bob Beaudine speaks out on:
On setting the right priorities in the first place:

"Many of us are working way too hard in jobs we don’t like while pursuing relationships that are actually bad for us and in some cases even living in places we don’t enjoy. If you allow yourself to be fooled into pursuing just position, power, and money, you will miss out on the true treasures of peace, happiness, and a deep-down contentment."
On changing the trajectory of our lives:

"One of the big lies many of us tell ourselves is that our current position in life disqualifies us from achieving our dreams and goals. Some of the common phrases I’ve heard are “It’s too late for me. I’m too old,” or “I’m too young,” or “I’m too…whatever.” Is that true? No! It’s absolutely not true. You’re never too early or late in life to begin walking on the pathway of your dream. One thing is absolutely certain: the future is on the way. Ready or not, here it comes."
On investing in your "Who":

"Do you know your ‘Who?' I've developed a database of over 5,365 people that can say "Hi, Bob." That really doesn’t mean a lot except that I know a lot of people because of my business. I had what I thought was a great networking strategy, but I discovered I was dead wrong. One day I stopped and studied who had actually given me business or touched my life in some significant way over the last ten years. I was shocked to learn that there were only 87! Eighty-seven out of 5,365! I enjoy meeting people, but I should have been spending more time investing in the 87 who were actually impacting my life in significant ways."

On getting what we really want:

"Most people never get what they want for three simple reasons. They don’t ask. No one can help if they don’t know what you want. When they do ask, they ask the wrong people. For some reason, people are uncomfortable asking their m>'Who' for help. As a result, they’ll ask most anyone except their friends, who are the only ones with a motive to help. When they do ask for help, they ask too vaguely. Even if I’m motivated to help a friend, I can’t do it when I don’t know what he or she wants."

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