During the 1920s and 1930s, Bruce Barton was a household name in America - a hugely successful advertising man who revolutionized his industry by treating customers like people, not like sheep to be fleeced. He created some of the most memorable and long-lived advertising slogans and campaigns in history. He understood how to succeed in business and advertising, and he set down his principles for success in best-selling books that put his name on everyone's lips. Those in advertising know Barton's name, but the rest of the country has long forgotten both the man and his wisdom. After discovering Barton's secrets of success for himself, Joe Vitale thought that we could all benefit from Barton's legacy. In 1992 Vitale published The Seven Lost Secrets of Success and, 19 printings later, the book continues to guide thousands of people every year to a more successful and rewarding life based on the wisdom of the legendary Bruce Barton. Part advertising how-to and part inspirational success guide, The Seven Lost Secrets of Success is a practical resource packed with wisdom you can use to reach your biggest career and personal goals. Now completely updated to include new and rare material on Barton, including a 1925 sales letter that drew an astounding 100-percent response, this audiobook is the ultimate tool for promoting yourself or your business in foolproof ways that work in any decade. But more than just the secrets of great and effective advertising, this is a motivational guide to succeeding in every aspect of life. If you work in advertising or marketing, or if you run your own small business, these seven secrets will change the way you work and live. Apply them to your business and the profits will roll in; apply them to your life and happiness will follow. The Seven Lost Secrets of Success presents the straightforward and proven principles that brought Barton fame and fortune. They'll do the same for you.More
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