Who are the overachievers? According to Engel, they're businessmen who work like dogs and love it. They have an impelling...

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THE OVERACHIEVERS

Who are the overachievers? According to Engel, they're businessmen who work like dogs and love it. They have an impelling drive to dominance, a craving, a neurotic need to improve things. They come home late, relocate frequently, put their career interests before their family. Hunger is their overriding characteristic. Since this particular overachiever, Peter H. Engel, the president of Helena Rubinstein, Inc., specializes in marketing, his view of the world is that new products, new packages and unlimited corporate expansion are what makes America great. He calls for more action! innovation! decisiveness! and offers a few interviewing techniques to separate the tigers from the teddy bears. A busy presentation of what makes Peter run, and the high-powered salesmanship is bound to boost your blood pressure too.

Pub Date: March 31, 1976

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Dial

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1976