In How to Succeed in Business by Breaking All the Rules, self-made millionaire Dan Kennedy debunks the many myths about how to make it big. According to Kennedy, there is only one rule you need to know, and that is rules are made to be broken. Conventional wisdom about the path to the good life doesn't show you how to get there. But Kennedy does. In this plain-talking, practical, and enlightening book, he shares the invaluable contrarian strategies that absolutely guarantee prosperity.
It all begins on Christmas morning, 1978. Dan Kennedy is ten years old and wants a black Gibson Les Paul guitar, the kind Peter Frampton plays. It will be his passport to the coolest (only) band in the neighborhood-Jokerz. He doesn't get it. Instead, his
How do you land a sweet six-figure marketing gig at the hallowed record label known for having signed everyone from Led Zeppelin to Stone Temple Pilots? You start with a resume like Dan Kennedy's: Dressed up as a member of Kiss every Halloween Memorized Led Zeppelin IV at age ten Fronted a lip-sync band in junior high Worked as a college DJ while he was a college drop-outIn his outrageous memoir, McSweeney's contributor Kennedy chronicles his misadventures at a major record label.
Be a Small Business with BIG IMPACT Called the "professor of harsh reality," Dan S. Kennedy, joined by local-level marketing specialist Jeff Slutsky, delivers a hard-to-swallow truth to local small business owners like you: "You Are in a Fight for Your Life." As a local small business you're vulnerable to distant online discounters, big box retailers, and other competition, you've got to do more than merely get customers-you have to keep them FOR LIFE.
Industry leader Dan S. Kennedy and marketing guru Shaun Buck dare business owners, practitioners, and marketers to invest in and practice customer referral and retention strategies that drive results and keep customers coming back for the long term
Dan Emmett was just eight years old when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. The events surrounding the president's death shaped the course of young Emmett's life as he set a goal of becoming a U.S. Secret Service agent-one of a special group of people willing to trade their lives for that of the president, if necessary. Within Arm's Length is a revealing and compelling inside look at the Secret Service and the elite Presidential Protective Division (PPD).
Let's face it - the business world today is nothing like it was ten years ago. Marketing budgets are tighter, consumers are more skeptical, and social media has changed forever the way we talk to our customers. In this new edition of his bestselling "The Ultimate Marketing Plan," industry expert Dan S. Kennedy integrates such tools as social media marketing, networking, and strategic memberships into a complete plan that will strengthen your customer base without breaking your budget.
This is the first biography of journalist Robert Pierpoint, who covered the Korean War for CBS, the White House through six presidents, Kennedy assassination, Watergate, Nixon's resignation, State Department; winner of two Emmy Awards for investigative reporting who shaped the careers of many of today's journalists, including Bob Schieffer, Dan Rather, Lesly Stahl, and Diane Sawyer
Looking for Tried-and-True Dull-as-Dishwater Marketing? TRY ANOTHER BOOK In the world of marketing and sales, there are few names more recognized than that of Dan Kennedy's. For years, his break-through-the-box copy and marketing strategies have been res
Papers from an international Egyptological conference entitled Evolving Egypt: Innovation, Appropriation, and Reinterpretation in Ancient Egypt held in February 2006 at BYU-Hawaii (Oahu). Contents: 1) Possibilities and Pitfalls in Identifying Innovation: The Early Ramesside Era as a Case Study (Kerry Muhlestein); 2) Les bateaux et le sacre dans l'ancienne Egypte (Ana Maria Rosso); 3) Symbolic Connotations of Pyramid Temples in the 5th and 6th Dynasties (Pal Steiner); 4) Dating of Stelae of the 12th Dynasty: A Statistical Approach (Des Bright); 5) The Expansionist Policies of the New Kingdom and the Increase in Craft Specialization in the Textile Industry (Giovanni Tata); 6) Copy and Reinterpretation in the Tomb of Nakht: Ancient Egyptian Hermeneutics (Valerie Angenot); 7) The Daily Cult: Space, Continuity and Change (Robyn Gillam); 8) Glossed Over: Ancient Egyptian Interpretations of Their Religion (John Gee); 9) The Hieratic Scribal Tradition in Preexilic Judah (David Calabro); 10) Ptolemaic Translation and Representation: The Hellenistic Sculptural Program of the Memphite Sarapieion (Shanna Kennedy-Quigley); 11) Appropriation of Egyptian Judgment in the Testament of Abraham? (Jared Ludlow); 12 New Evidence of Coptic Mummification Techniques From Tell El-Hibeh, Middle Egypt (Robert M.