Most People Don’t (And Why You Should)
List Price: 14.95
Available: January 2014
Has anyone ever said that they would do something for you and never fulfilled their promise?
“I’ll call you so we can get together for lunch” or “I’ll send you the article that we talked about.”
Most People Don’t (MPD) do what they say they are going to do. MPD follow up. MPD show appreciation.
Instead of exploiting negativity in this common human behavior, this book inspires the readers to accomplish meaningful actions based on the things that others don’t do.
Find out what happens when you follow through, and how it drastically improves and enhances your own life and the lives of those around you.
By studying the activities and actions of the successful for the past 25 years, Bart has uncovered ways to teach others through real life stories on how to master “doing” because… “Most People Don’t.”
The world is comprised of over 7 billion people. There are opportunities that exist daily that only allow for the strong to survive and the talented to thrive. Competition surrounds us as we strive to balance professional opportunities, personal relationships, and the demands of time. The question remains: “How can you compete in this environment and differentiate yourself from others?”
Berkey’s message has influenced thousands, and has served as inspiration to everyone from business professionals to semi-professional sport teams who aim to increase results in their area of expertise.
His popularity is far reaching and has spanned the globe to achieve worldwide attention from employees at a juice bar in India to financial sales directors in Boston and from college students in Pennsylvania to real estate moguls in Malaysia. Berkey’s mantra, “Most People Don’t (MPD),” offers a subtle reminder – in an extremely entertaining way – on how one can find happiness, success, and fulfillment simply by “doing.” The life ahead of you as a PTD (Person That Does) will offer endless possibilities as you become even more reliable, trusted, and differentiated. You will enrich your own life and the lives of others through lessons learned in his book!
Most people don’t watch others to see what makes them successful, nor do they incorporate these qualities into their own lives to enrich themselves.
Most people don’t direct their efforts toward self-improvement. Most people don’t try to change things they dislike. For the past 24 years, Bart has been able to achieve happiness and success by applying the learnings of others into his own personal life. From years as a recruiter selecting “the best of the best”, to leading part of a domestic global sales team for a highly respected luxury organization, Bart has made a tremendous impact on thousands of individuals. He was recognized as one of the “Top 25 Most Extraordinary Minds in Sales and Marketing” and continues to energize and inspire others through his writing, speaking engagements, and life coaching. After graduating from Penn State University, Bart started his career with Hyatt Hotels and Resorts in various on property and corporate positions. He earned “Manager of the Year” before being recruited to join StarCite as their Vice President of Sales. After several years in the meetings technology field, he broadened his experience by serving as Regional Vice President for the Long Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau, before heading up the Washington, DC office for the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission. His current role (Senior Corporate Director, Eastern Region Global Sales Office with a luxury hotel company) allows him to lead a sales team that represents an entire portfolio to the brand’s top group and transient customers. Bart lives in the Washington, DC area with his wife and two children.