Love Is the Killer App
- How to Win Business and Influence Friends
- Narrated by: Tim Sanders
- Length: 4 hrs and 37 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 01-02-02
- Language: English
- Publisher: Random House AudioBooks
How do you become a lovecat? By sharing your intangibles. By that Tim Sanders means:
Your knowledge: everything that comes from all the books that he'll encourage you to devour.
Your network: the collection of friends and contacts you now have, which he'll teach you how to grow and nurture.
Your compassion: that human warmth you already possess - Sanders will convince you that you can show it freely at the office.
What happens when you do all this?
You become a rich source of information to all around you.
You are seen as a person with valuable insight.
You are perceived as generous to a fault, producing surprise and delight.
You double your business intelligence in one year.
You triple your network of personal relationships in two years.
You quadruple the number of colleagues in your life who love you like family.
In short, you become one of those amazing, outstanding people to whom everyone turns, who leads rather than follows, who never runs out of ideas, contacts, or friendship.Here's the real scoop: Nice guys don't finish last. They rule!
"Aretha Franklin knew the secret: Respect. Tim Sanders knows how to spin it." (Seth Godin, author of Permission Marketing)
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Robert on 21-08-04
I played an abridged version of this book for the staff at our hospital. They really liked it and the model of sharing knowledge, networks,and compassion fits wonderfully into medicine. It has shaped the way we talk and work.
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By Tammy on 13-07-03
Don't pass this one by
After getting the audio, I just had to purchase the hardbound version as well to take advantage of Tim's suggestions on how to properly "read" a business book! After hearing (and reading) this, I'm going back over my current library. Tim's practical advice on how to build a network alone is well worth the read, not to mention how his tactics can help endure yourself into the hearts and minds of customers. Further, the booklist you put together because of Tim's extensive use of backing-up his ideas with references from others makes this an invaluable book for anyone interested in taking their business further. Sales people, managers, and aspiring employees ALL can get useful and practical information from Tim's "lovecat" philosophy.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful