I Need To Know You: How To Meet Ordinary, Extraordinary People And Improve Your Life
Kymberli S.J. Speight
Biografía del autor
Kymberli Speight is a Keynote Speaker, Executive Coach, Executive Transition Assistance Program (ETAP) Facilitator, and Master Personal Branding Strategist. She is an Air Force Academy graduate married to Joel, her falcon love (Air
Force Academy reference). Kymberli is the mother of two sons, Dustin and Dillon, who are both great men. She loves speaking to live audiences and teaching or coaching proactive professionals. Connect with her at SterleneScottCareers.com
Descripción del libro
I took up a challenge to meet 100 people in 100 days. I Need To Know You chronicles the stories of the 100 people I met, the lessons I learned along the way, and practical tips to improve your personal and professional connections.
Público al que se apunta
Primary: people who are interested in expanding their network for the long haul; individuals who are looking to make authentic and meaningful connections with others because they are looking for work, are new to an area, wanting to be a positive influence in their community, or just wanting to connect with those around them.
These individuals could be: military or civilians preparing for career transition, entrepreneurs wanting to expand their customer base, leaders looking to grow their professional affiliations through clubs or organizations, professionals looking to give back to their communities, or simply individuals looking for personal growth or more meaningful relationships in their lives.
Secondary: experts and managers who are looking for a tool to teach others how to effectively network with others.
Tipo de portada de libro
aún no lo sé
aún no lo sé
Diseño de inspiración
¿Qué colores quieres que tenga tu diseño?
Ligeros y neutrales
Atributos de estilo
Necesidades de diseño
I tend to lean more towards a simple style that is both inviting and has a touch of class. I would like a clean look where the title pops. If you choose to use images of people, I think one should stand out as I see the ordinary person being extraordinary and important. Initially, I was thinking people could be at the bottom as silhouettes with one being more prominent. Just an idea I had, but I am open to other suggestions as I don't know what I don't know.
Lo que debe evitarse
Any imagery that is used should have a purpose pointing back to my title.
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