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The Author invites you to email with a promise to read every one he gets
on 28 September 2013
Paul McGee writes in his book 'How to Succeed With People', that if you take the time to send him an email, he will personally read it and reply. He does. In the book, he is very honest about the difficulties involved in relationships and communication with other people. He makes it clear that the book was written to help, but it, by no means, claims to be the answer to every person problem.
The book is very clear and easy to read, even for a dyslexic like me. Since I find it so difficult, I never read for fun, only for purpose and in my life time, I have only ever completed a countable number of books and have never before, read one for a second time. So for this book to be one of them and to be the only book that I have immediately restarted, has to be regarded as a major seal of approval.
One thing that struck me, and engaged me into reading the book first time around, was that at the beginning of the book - I was thanked for choosing to read this book. For me - that is the X factor. But as you read on, the insight and advice contained in the book is 'Bang on The Button'. Some of the book, helped me to understand that I had already overcome some of my people issues in the past, and re-assurance of this is valuable in itself. The rest of the book talks through people skills that I still needed to work on.
I could see in the book, people issues that my friends and loved ones have with others. Instead of recommending the book to them, I bought 10 copies to give as a gift. Not birthdays or anything, just an 'I value you' gift. But each one becomes a gift to myself also, because it helps to surround me with friends and loved ones, who have a positive vibe towards others (including me - how cool is that).
As mentioned above, I am dyslexic, so writing is also hard work for me. Expressing my opinion and writing reviews in this way is something that I just don't do. But I feel that this work is valuable and I hope it gives you the confidence to invest the time into reading it, and thank you for choosing to read this review.
Message to Paul McGee: "Good Luck with the Book"