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"It's my angry belief that most self-help and education book writers get paid by the word. Three and four hundred page books that could have been done better in 50 pages. Not so with "The Skinny On" series. These books kick rears and take names. Using entertaining writing, stick figure drawings and a comic book style layout, they use simple stories to quickly convey valuable information. Highly recommended. Author Jim Randel has created one of the best, most interesting series I've seen in a very long time." --Mercury News. The Silicon Valley Newspaper

"Who would have thought a book with stick-people illustrations could be so weighty? This one caught me off guard - tons of substance in a fun-filled one-hour read. I am very happy that someone persuaded me to read this book!" --Mike Goss, Managing Director, Bain Capital
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ISBN-10:  0984441816
ISBN-13:  978-0984441815
Author:  Jim Randel
Publisher:  Rand Media Co
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review by . December 20, 2010
The Skinny On Networking is a very useful book. This book is very easy to read. It is filled with stick drawings that are fun to look at. Jim Randel introduces the idea of a connector. A connector is a person with a broad network of people. I do not know any connector personally, but I strive to be one in my own life. Another valuable thing I learned is to reach outside of my comfort zone by trying to meet people from different fields when I am networking. I am going to try to do more of this. I …
review by . November 14, 2013
The Skinny On Networking: Maximizing the Power of Numbers, Jim Randel, 2010, ISBN 9780984441815      This is another in a series of simple, but not simplistic, books that teach a "large" subject very painlessly. This one is all about networking.      Billy is a high school history teacher. He would like to be a college music teacher, but such vacancies are few and far between. Randel, the narrator, tells Billy to start by asking his network, like …
review by . November 13, 2010
Networking is not one of the easiest things for me... or so I thought. After reading THE SKINNY ON Networking by Jim Randel I thought about that networking is something I do everyday without even thinking about it. It doesn't have to be an official "networking" event for you to network. It can be meeting people at a public place and where the conversation leads. It can also be the way you utilize the internet and social networking sites.    We always are talking, but the book …
review by . December 19, 2010
The Skinny On Networking is a very useful book. This book is very easy to read. It is filled with stick drawings that are fun to look at. Jim Randel introduces the idea of a connector. A connector is a person with a broad network of people. I do not know any connector personally, but I strive to be one in my own life. Another valuable thing I learned is to reach outside of my comfort zone by trying to meet people from different fields when I am networking. I am going to try to do more of this. I …
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