Rain. What a Paperboy Learned About Business

  • ID: 2216959
  • Book
  • 208 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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What People Are Saying About Rain

"I would hire Rain."
—Larry Culp Jr., CEO of Danaher Corp

"Rain delivers a charming, engaging story packed with gems of business wisdom. I recommend it, for you, your colleagues,and your kids."
—Mark Sanborn, speaker and author of The Fred Factor and The Encore Effect

"Reading this little book reminded me of how much I learned as a paperboy."
—Herb Henkel, CEO, Ingersoll–Rand

"Jeffrey Fox′s first foray into business fiction is fantastic and very apropos in today′s world. It reminds us to have integrity, be tough, and stand up for ourselves in the face of a challenge."
—Chris Widener, author of The Art of Influence and The Angel Inside

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Get Up: A Prologue.

1 Opportunity.

2 Interview Planning.

3 Interview.

4 Money.

5 The Dinner Table.

6 Day One.

7 Mean Dogs.

8 The Ten Customer Commandments.

9 The Sundays.

10 Referrals.

11 The Contest.

12 Luck.

13 Bonus.

14 The Bully (Part I).

15 Green Lightning.

16 Innovation.

17 Coffee.

18 Rookie.

19 Photo.

20 Crime and Punishment.

21 Collections.

22 Ice.

23 Exit Strategy.

24 Valuation.

25 Negotiation.

26 The New Kid.

27 The Bully (Part II).

28 Vern.

29 Getting an M.B.A.

The Rain Reader.


About the Author.

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The authorJeffrey J. Fox is the founder and president of Fox & Company, Inc., a marketing consulting firm that specializes in marketing strategy development, innovation, enhancement, and selling skills training. In addition, Fox is a popular speaker and the acclaimed author of a series of hard–hitting international business best–sellers,How to Become CEO,How to Become a Rainmaker, andSecrets of Great Rainmakers among others.
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