Young Professional Resources

"How to Win Friends and Influence People"
This book, written by Dale Carnegie, will teach you the three fundamental techniques in handling people, the six ways to make people like you, the 12 ways to win people to your way of thinking and the nine ways to change people without arousing resentment

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"Who Moved My Cheese?"
This book, written by Spencer Johnson, is a simple parable that reveals profound truths about change.

Social Media Examiner
Social Media Examiner helps businesses discover how to best use social media, blogs and podcasts to connect with customers, drive traffic, generate more brand awareness and increase sales.

"Nice Girls DO Get the Sale"
This book, written by Elinor Stutz, teaches women field-tested sales techniques that will launch them into the next level of success.

"Your 1st Year in Sales"
This book, written by Tim Connor, CSP, offers simple, proven strategies to overcome those first-year obstacles and position one's self for lifelong success.

"Strategic Communications Planning For Effective Public Relations & Marketing"
This book, written by Laurie J. Wilson and Joseph D. Ogden, is a step-by-step approach to understanding audiences and reaching them.

bryanallain.com
Bryan Allain is a humor writer and blog coach who provides tips for blogging and communicating about one's company.

"Nice Girls Don't Get The Corner Office" 
This book, written by Lois Frankel, features the unconscious mistakes women make that sabotage their careers.

Duct Tape Marketing
Created and written by John Jantsch, this blog entry on April 4, 2012, outlines the three most important factors of business success.

Brazen Careerist
A career-management site for high achieving young professionals and ambitious college students. The site helps you meet new people, find a job and build relevant relationships to advance your career.

"Use What You've Got & Other Business Lessons I Learned from My Mom"
written by Barbara Corcoran

Guerrilla Marketing 
written by: Jay Conrad Levinson

"The Fred Factor"
written by Mark Sanborn

Linchpin
written by Seth Godin