The Mary Kay Way eBook ✓ The Mary PDF or

The Mary Kay Way eBook ✓ The Mary PDF or

The Mary Kay Way ✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ The Mary Kay Way By Mary Kay Ash ✸ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Mary Kay Way Timeless Principles from America's Greatest Woman Entrepreneur is back in print and updated to reflect developments in today's business environment for the modern entrepreneur You wil The Mary Kay Way Timeless Principles from America's Greatest Woman Entrepreneur is back in print and updated to reflect developments The Mary PDF or in today's business environment for the modern entrepreneur You will find inspiration and real proven success principles that represents the forty five year old success story of Mary Kay Ash founder Mary Kay Inc the cosmetics company that provides women with unlimited opportunities for success A foreword by Mary Kay's grandson also a company executive introduces her timeless guide to entrepreneurial success.


10 thoughts on “The Mary Kay Way

  1. Crystal Sponable-Gallardo Crystal Sponable-Gallardo says:

    It's a book that has good contentprinciples it's just a little bit too repetitive I would give it 35 stars if that were possible on the Goodreads scale


  2. Robert Robert says:

    Prior to opening the doors to Mary Kay Cosmetics in a 500 suare foot store front in Dallas Friday September 13 1963 she had been the victim of all manner of gender biases broken promises betrayals of confidence etc From the beginning of her new company she included The Golden Rule among its core principles The policies and procedures she formulated all shared the same objective To create a workplace culture that nourishes and supports everyone's personal as well as professional development The only limits on that development would be self imposed Mary Kay didn't stop there however She was determined to do everything humanly possible to help her associates to reject or eliminate such limits She also expected everyone else to provide such help to those in need of it She devised eight management principles When the Independent National Sales Directors were surveyed prior to publication of this edition they identified #1 “Praise People to Success” #7 “Develop and Promote people from Within” and #8 “Keep Business in Its Proper Place” as having had the greatest impact on their personal as well as professional development and were most critical They also ranked the chapters of this book in terms of their importance to them and four of the 23 chapters emerged Help Others Get What They Want and You'll Get What You want Chapter 12 Golden Rule Management Chapter 1 The Invisible Sign Chapter 3 and The Speed of the Leader Is the Speed of the Gang Chapter 9 Here is one brief excerpt that clearly indicates Mary Kay's way of thinking A diamond bumblebee is the ultimate symbol of recognition at Mary Kay It's the `crown jewel' and its recipient is recognized as a ueenWe think the bumblebee is a perfect symbol because as aerodynamic engineers `proved' many years ago the bumblebee cannot fly Its wings are too weak and its body is too heavy Fortunately the bumblebee doesn't know that and goes right on flying At Mary Kay we teach people how to spread their wings and fly on their own I can't think of a better way to help people Although Mary Kay passed away in 2001 who she was and what she believed as well as the organization she created all live on in the lives she continues to nourish with her wisdom her compassion and most of all her faith She explains in this remarkable book how important it is create employee evangelists As she would correctly point out no company will have customer evangelists unless and until it first has people representing it who are evangelists That was her objective from the beginning and remains true of the company that bears her name 45 years later Of how many other companies can that also be said?


  3. Whitney Whitney says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book I read it for two reasons to understand a little about the Mary Kay philosophy and to get uality leadership ideas from a successful woman entrepreneur I am really glad I read this book Not only does she give great advice about how to live by the Golden Rule but she provides examples of how she and her employees were able to act out the Golden Rule The business aspect seems rather interesting as well I would suggest anyone looking for a good book on leadership whether applying it to Mary Kay or any other business for that matter or using it for personal use to pick up this book Everyone wants to be treated in a respectable manner so I think people will be able to relate to this book


  4. Ginny Lyke Ginny Lyke says:

    This book is a must for those in the direct sales industry I would highly recommend this to anyone who wants to learn how to effectively communicate with team members and grow a business in the direct sales industry There were a few things I found corny in this book but the overall premise was very very good


  5. Rachel Rachel says:

    This book came with my starter kit for Mary Kay It is the most inspiring uplifting book I have ever read in a self help book It not only talks about the business how to succeed but it also talks about how living by the philosophy of God first Family second Career third have worked in soo many ways for Mary Kay Cosmetics other companies as well Also adding a personal touch to different gifts or helping people in general really do make a wonderful impact on others lives


  6. Heidi King Heidi King says:

    Mary Kay Ash was a pioneer for women At 45 after working in a man's world she took 5000 and built an empire based on empowering women of every demographic This self written biography is a look into her world and how one woman in the 1960's built a company that has shaken the world


  7. Cutie Pie Cutie Pie says:

    I always loved to read about entrepreneurs and how they succeded in their way I just feel that this book inspired me in so many ways now I have a few ideas of what to do to create a good company Wish she was still alive so I can hear about this


  8. Sally Rejas Sally Rejas says:

    Such an inspiration She did the impossibleempowering women to start their own business when it was literally a man's world


  9. Joanna Saunders Joanna Saunders says:

    Great idea for any entrepreneur We need to bring back these principals to our businesses


  10. Claire Claire says:

    Mary Kay Ash was a smart and very determined woman and she was very clear about the way her company was to be run and how people within the company whether in the sales force or the corporate office could become effective leaders Her principles are simple and uite different in execution from many other companies big and small When she said to always apply the Golden Rule she meant it and it is embedded in the company's culture which has now flourished for fifty yearsThe focus for her was maximizing the potential and achievements of women She felt as do many that women's contributions are not utilized as completely as men's simply because that's how the world is used to doing business When she launched Mary Kay Inc she was freuently told she was thinking like a woman She always took that as a complimentHer writing style is clear and conversational but no nonsense People reading this book will be able to start implementing her suggestions right away if they so chooseI enjoyed this book and have taken away some valuable lessons as well


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10 thoughts on “The Mary Kay Way

  1. Crystal Sponable-Gallardo Crystal Sponable-Gallardo says:

    It's a book that has good contentprinciples it's just a little bit too repetitive I would give it 35 stars if that were possible on the Goodreads scale

  2. Robert Robert says:

    Prior to opening the doors to Mary Kay Cosmetics in a 500 suare foot store front in Dallas Friday September 13 1963 she had been the victim of all manner of gender biases broken promises betrayals of confidence etc From the beginning of her new company she included The Golden Rule among its core principles The policies and procedures she formulated all shared the same objective To create a workplace culture that nourishes and supports everyone's personal as well as professional development The only limits on that development would be self imposed Mary Kay didn't stop there however She was determined to do everything humanly possible to help her associates to reject or eliminate such limits She also expected everyone else to provide such help to those in need of it She devised eight management principles When the Independent National Sales Directors were surveyed prior to publication of this edition they identified #1 “Praise People to Success” #7 “Develop and Promote people from Within” and #8 “Keep Business in Its Proper Place” as having had the greatest impact on their personal as well as professional development and were most critical They also ranked the chapters of this book in terms of their importance to them and four of the 23 chapters emerged Help Others Get What They Want and You'll Get What You want Chapter 12 Golden Rule Management Chapter 1 The Invisible Sign Chapter 3 and The Speed of the Leader Is the Speed of the Gang Chapter 9 Here is one brief excerpt that clearly indicates Mary Kay's way of thinking A diamond bumblebee is the ultimate symbol of recognition at Mary Kay It's the `crown jewel' and its recipient is recognized as a ueenWe think the bumblebee is a perfect symbol because as aerodynamic engineers `proved' many years ago the bumblebee cannot fly Its wings are too weak and its body is too heavy Fortunately the bumblebee doesn't know that and goes right on flying At Mary Kay we teach people how to spread their wings and fly on their own I can't think of a better way to help people Although Mary Kay passed away in 2001 who she was and what she believed as well as the organization she created all live on in the lives she continues to nourish with her wisdom her compassion and most of all her faith She explains in this remarkable book how important it is create employee evangelists As she would correctly point out no company will have customer evangelists unless and until it first has people representing it who are evangelists That was her objective from the beginning and remains true of the company that bears her name 45 years later Of how many other companies can that also be said?

  3. Whitney Whitney says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book I read it for two reasons to understand a little about the Mary Kay philosophy and to get uality leadership ideas from a successful woman entrepreneur I am really glad I read this book Not only does she give great advice about how to live by the Golden Rule but she provides examples of how she and her employees were able to act out the Golden Rule The business aspect seems rather interesting as well I would suggest anyone looking for a good book on leadership whether applying it to Mary Kay or any other business for that matter or using it for personal use to pick up this book Everyone wants to be treated in a respectable manner so I think people will be able to relate to this book

  4. Ginny Lyke Ginny Lyke says:

    This book is a must for those in the direct sales industry I would highly recommend this to anyone who wants to learn how to effectively communicate with team members and grow a business in the direct sales industry There were a few things I found corny in this book but the overall premise was very very good

  5. Rachel Rachel says:

    This book came with my starter kit for Mary Kay It is the most inspiring uplifting book I have ever read in a self help book It not only talks about the business how to succeed but it also talks about how living by the philosophy of God first Family second Career third have worked in soo many ways for Mary Kay Cosmetics other companies as well Also adding a personal touch to different gifts or helping people in general really do make a wonderful impact on others lives

  6. Heidi King Heidi King says:

    Mary Kay Ash was a pioneer for women At 45 after working in a man's world she took 5000 and built an empire based on empowering women of every demographic This self written biography is a look into her world and how one woman in the 1960's built a company that has shaken the world

  7. Cutie Pie Cutie Pie says:

    I always loved to read about entrepreneurs and how they succeded in their way I just feel that this book inspired me in so many ways now I have a few ideas of what to do to create a good company Wish she was still alive so I can hear about this

  8. Sally Rejas Sally Rejas says:

    Such an inspiration She did the impossibleempowering women to start their own business when it was literally a man's world

  9. Joanna Saunders Joanna Saunders says:

    Great idea for any entrepreneur We need to bring back these principals to our businesses

  10. Claire Claire says:

    Mary Kay Ash was a smart and very determined woman and she was very clear about the way her company was to be run and how people within the company whether in the sales force or the corporate office could become effective leaders Her principles are simple and uite different in execution from many other companies big and small When she said to always apply the Golden Rule she meant it and it is embedded in the company's culture which has now flourished for fifty yearsThe focus for her was maximizing the potential and achievements of women She felt as do many that women's contributions are not utilized as completely as men's simply because that's how the world is used to doing business When she launched Mary Kay Inc she was freuently told she was thinking like a woman She always took that as a complimentHer writing style is clear and conversational but no nonsense People reading this book will be able to start implementing her suggestions right away if they so chooseI enjoyed this book and have taken away some valuable lessons as well

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