Giving Candy To Strangers…
”If there was ever a book that should be required reading… This is it!” — Chris Brady, New York Times Best Selling Author of Rascal
”Uncommonly helpful! A heart transplant in a book… a book to be lived, not just to be read! It will make your life smile!” – Armando Ramirez, Sales Expert
With Foreword by Kevin Sorbo
A critically acclaimed bestselling book for anyone who deals with people. It will infotain and teach you to build your strongest resource… your relationships… While helping you to move your business and life forward!
People are more important than business, but when you move people… you move business!
Giving Candy To Strangers is about creating abundance in your life and business through the power of relationships. An inspiring and informative guide weaved together with personal stories and metaphors for stepping out of your comfort zone by creating new relationships, cultivating the old AND developing a “Pay It Forward” mindset.
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“Stan became a fast friend a few years ago. I found his energy, humor, and honesty refreshing. He was already applying and perfecting the message you will learn in Giving Candy To Strangers. This is a must read for anyone wanting to expand their business (and personal) relationships.”
— Kevin Sorbo, producer, actor, speaker, author, entrepreneur
Giving Candy To Strangers On AudioBook
No time to read? Listen to Giving Candy To Strangers while driving, flying or relaxing as read by Disney’s very talented Dane Scott. Having recorded thousands of narrations, commercials and audio books, Dane is one of the best in the business. He has narrated commercially and been in radio for over 40 years. His voice can be heard on major television and radio networks, as well as thousands of commercials, videos, and telephone systems, including Western Union.
Don’t Lie Down In The Aisle
With Foreword by actor Gavin Macleod
Why is it that some people see problems as roadblocks while others see them as stepping stones, springing from one to the next as though they were riding a giant pogo stick? Why does one business ride out the storm, while another succumbs to a mud slide of economic or critical pressures? In one word… Resilience.
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