BRAG! The Art of Tooting Your Own Horn Without Blowing It. Peggy Klaus, Author . Warner $ (p) ISBN Remaining quiet about yourself or, worse, downplaying your successes leads to being underappreciated, or even allowing others to take credit. Written by Peggy Klaus, narrated by Peggy Klaus. Download and keep this book for Free with a 30 day Trial.

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The author provides you with 12 questions to answer to help you think about stories that illustrate your accomplishments. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. She also discussed the importance of connecting with the person in front of you before speaking of yourself.

It could be a little more of a workbook – I know I’m terrible at motivating to do things like that – but I feel like all the information is there. I listened to this audiobook as part of my women’s group at work. Be your best,authentic self.

Unfortunately, the accolade is often framed in such a way as to bolster them, more than you! Great read This book is great for people who may not know about how to tactfully show their greatness.

Today, I am the proud head of a dairy division that is number two in profitability worldwide. I found this book enjoyable and easy to read. I asked the group for some feedback. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The tootingg provided are always of the form: From there, I got everyone involved and formed teams to pull in the various disciplines and put together a strategic vision.

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When I finished, I was inspired, but at a bit of a loss on how to proceed. Patty replied, “Yeah, well, you know, a lot of people helped out.

Brag! The Art of Tooting Your Own Horn Without Blowing It

This didn’t translate into acting “more like a man” or changing her personality. There are 12 valuable questions in the book that take work to complete, and they appear to yield very good results when used as btag in the book.

While The Tootin intelligently describe how we can achieve our goals and going through the bad times with persistence, it somehow pass an important point of how can we enter into the road that leads to our goals. Taking time to read this book gets the process started. Peggy Klaus makes a persuasive case that self promotion is as valuable a career and business tool as any technical skill. The fellow who had initially tooting her on was flabbergasted. Free Newsletter Signup Marketplace Technology.

Even if you’re an ace at keeping your boss up to speed, remember, he or she might be gone tomorrow. He said it sounded interesting and asked where do we go from here?

Brag: The Art of Tooting Your Own Horn Without Blowing It

A quick read recommended by a learning solutions specialist at work. Entertaining, clear and insightful. And that being the case, why not tell your own story like you would your friends? Do I want to be one of those people? You need to cover all your bases and stand out in the eyes of your boss’ boss and that boss’ boss and all the bosses right up to the big boss.


She was one of the few. I thought to myself, I’m not asking a fourth question. You need to act like your best self even with strangers on airplanes and even when you don’t feel like it.

Brag!: The Art of Tooting Your Own Horn without Blowing It

Where we start to really stumble is when we grow up. If she had only started off by asking, “Is this a convenient time to talk? For example, tootihg suggests that you develop a range of ‘brag bites’. What she did as a result was to present an unconvincing and boring recitation of her findings. Then they were asked to talk a little bit about a friend’s career path. I found a few pearls of wisdom that will help hooting polish my tooting of my own horn without blowing it!

What members say Average Customer Ratings Overall. When someone mentions that she heard about Bill getting the award for the most sales in the Southwest, his boss says, “I knew the day he walked in that I could whip him into shape. Think about to whom you are tooting,Say it with meaningful and entertaining stories.

You could tell he was really proud of what he had done. Books by Peggy Klaus. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.