Great Deal! Black Friday Special

In honor of Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Shop-‘til-You-Drop Sunday (I just made that up), here is a special deal for you…


Now, through this Sunday, November 25, 2012, purchase copies of my new book, Coffee Lunch Coffee:  A Practical Field Guide for Master Networking, from my website and receive free US domestic shipping and the option to have each copy personally inscribed and signed!  The discount will be automatically applied upon checkout.


Coffee Lunch Coffee offers an accessible, relevant, immediately actionable approach to professional networking for anybody interested in connecting with others, getting involved in their community, seeking to advance their career or looking to build social relationships.  It will help you – and anyone who is lucky enough to receive a copy from you – formulate a strategic mindset around networking while creating a game plan to get out there and connect.


So, for those of you who have been putting off grabbing your own copy, now is the time!  And, don’t forget to pick up a copy for a friend or colleague or favorite Aunt Sally… anyone in your life who you believe could benefit from a little networking advice.  Coffee Lunch Coffee makes a perfect stocking stuffer or Secret Snowman gift and will let the recipient know how much you care!

2 thoughts to “Great Deal! Black Friday Special”

  1. I am half-way through Coffee Lunch Coffee and love it. I can’t wait to start putting many of your tips into action. I feel your book gives an excellent and succinct guide for anyone looking to cultivate their networking skills. It is also very well written.

  2. I second Maureen’s comments. I just finished Alana’s book yesterday morning and thought it was excellent. It’s obvious she wrote it from the perspective of “been there, done that”, but at the same time she offers plenty of great advice from others.

    It’s chock full of actionable ideas, exercises to get you started, true stories to motivate you, anecdotes that will make you smile and good quotes (from others) to ponder.

    What really resonated with me, and sold me, was her over all approach to networking. For example, in Chapter Two she writes, “…you must value quality over quantity” and “…it is important to remember that networking is about long-term relationship building versus short-term, one-time benefit”.

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