Every industry revolves around Key People of Influence. Their names come up in conversation. They attract opportunity. They earn more money. Many people think it takes decades of hard work, academic qualifications and a generous measure of good luck to become a Key Person of Influence. This book shows that there is a strategy for fast-tracking your way to the inner circle of the industry you love. Your ability to succeed depends on your ability to influence. Start now by reading this book. This book is your invitation to the inner circle of your industry.
The Ginsu Knife, the Great Wok of China, the Food Saver, Tony Little’s Ab Isolator–all have sold millions and have become household names thanks to Kevin Harrington’s insightful vision to bring the traveling salesman’s pitch to television. Since the late 1980s when Harrington’s first infomercial aired, the extended commercial, or infomercial, has become a social institution and an intriguing way for anyone with drive, determination, and a good product to become wealthy beyond his or her dreams.
Some people take life as it comes; some grab it by the ears and shake and shake. Kevin Harrington is one of the shakers. When he has an idea, he ‘acts now!’ and he doesn’t get discouraged by challenging situations–he finds a way around them.