Reviews

One thing is for sure, you will greatly ImprovYourPitch with The Pitching Bible.

Neil Mullarkey, Director at ImprovYourBiz and Co-founder of The Comedy Store Players

It is rumoured that Captain John Sparrow’s wise observation… “It’s not the problem that’s the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem. Do you understand?”… was inspired by this book. It would not surprise me.

David Hogan, former World Wide Account Director Carlsberg, Saatchi & Saatchi

I have received the book 'Unsticker' by Peter Freeth Expert in High Performers, Author, Coach. It's amazing book. It has tons of questions to make me powerful problem solver. The questions are easy to understand and very helpful to be more creative. A question on each page make this book unique. One of the coolest thing about this book is that you don't need to read from the begining to end. You can pick up any 2-5 pages (2-5 questions) and they are good enough to solve your problems. Almost everyone should have this book with them all the time. Much recommended.

Mayur Bardolia, Lecturer at Dept. Of HRD at VNSG University

In the fast paced environment we work in, the senior sales managers really welcomed the opportunity to spend an hour thinking about how they manage talent and can get the best from their sales teams.  The (Genius at Work) concepts were simple to grasp and apply whilst being easily overlooked!

Catherine Noel, Canon UK

A breath of fresh air... the best book on pitching I've ever read. 

Ian Haworth, Chairman, RAPP

If I wanted to read a book that would help me triumph over adversity, this would be it. So often this type of book can be maudling, but this one tells you in simple terms that if you set your mind to something you CAN do it (my capitals, not those of the authors). It reminded me of Jeffrey Archer's first book - the story of his own determination to triumph over bankruptcy - "Not A Penny More, Not A Penny Less". I say that, not because the authors' own experiences were in any way similar to his. But because in their own way, in their very different social situation, they did it too. Well done to them - and thanks for the read!

Michael Goulding

The Pitching Bible is the recipe for any successful business pitch. Ainsley Harriott, Celebrity Chef

The explanations about the concepts of NLP are easy to understand and the examples are helpful. I have read other books and until now this is the best for practitioners.

Rogerio Leme

Couldn't put this book down. Well worth reading , Funny, witty, full of emotion, an experience to treasure. One can learn so much from this book, that a family's love and perseverance can conquer that which seems insurmountable. Many thanks to the Authors.

J M Swarbrick

Genius at Work takes a fresh look at how to build an effective and committed workforce. Through relevant case studies Peter Freeth illustrates a sensible and engaging way to maximise the existing talent within an organisation rather than relying on the constantly changing trends of business and talent management theories. The theories and case studies Peter uses in his book demonstrate to be highly practical with a very positive impact and outcome. I would recommend any HR professional who is looking for insight into building a talent management strategy to read Genius at Work.

Andrew Howatson, Head of Talent Acquisition, AOL Europe