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Rise AUTHOR Patty Azzarello eBook Ê Paperback Read ☆ [KINDLE] ❄ Rise By Patty Azzarello – Horticulturetrader.co.uk A straight shooting Silicon Valley executive reveals insider career strategies to becoming a great leader developing your network succeeding without wasting time and managing trade offs between your w Re business at thirty five and became a CEO at thirty eight all without turning into a self centered miserable jerk      In Rise Azzarello shares the insider secrets to advancing your career while having a life in three practical steps  DO Better Set Ruthless Priorities work and lead strategically and deal with frustrating obstacles and stupid people LOOK Better Buil Terrific career advice probably most useful for people close to executive level positions or senior management but there's plenty for people earlier in their career aspiring for responsibility too This is one of those books that resonated so much with me that I bought a hard copy after finishing reading the digital version

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D your credibility with the people who can help or blacklist youCONNECT Better Develop your network without being political Get on the List of people who get the best opportunities     Whether you are just starting up the corporate ladder stuck midcareer transitioning or eyeing the corner office Rise shows you the difference between getting ahead and just working hard One of the most directly applicable career books I've read in a long time Best for those in mid level career stages looking to elevate to the executive level

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Rise AUTHOR Patty AzzarelA straight shooting Silicon Valley executive reveals insider career strategies to becoming a great leader developing your network succeeding without wasting time and managing trade offs between your work and life so your life worksGET YOUR BREAKTHROUGH     Patty Azzarello became the youngest general manager at Hewlett Packard at age thirty three ran a 1 billion softwa Common sense but not obvious practical advice It's a really good book to help you assess where you are where you intend to go and how to get there It's sneaky in leading you to gut check whether your desire to achieve ultimate career success as defined by mainstream values is truly what you value