GIVE: 16 Giving Strategies To Grow Your Business, Increase Sales and Network More Effectively

"This is without doubt one of the must read business books of the year. Offering fresh, results-oriented perspectives and strategies for business growth, Sam Rathling outlines highly practical, actionable steps which every business owner will benefit from and can easily implement within the framework of their business.” Dr. Ivan Misner, NY Times Bestselling Author More

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About Sam Rathling

Sam is a new breed of entrepreneurs, she is a Givingpreneur. Known for her passion of helping others, Sam Rathling makes an impact wherever she goes with her infectious personality and her refreshing approach to business.

Sam shares practical business tips to help make a difference to entrepreneurs and business owners across the globe. Sam is a compelling communicator, she explains how to tap into strategies and ideas that are quite different to the usual 'How To' books you will find on growing a business.

Sam works as a keynote speaker and trainer in online and offline business networking, sharing strategies for referral marketing through giving and helping others. She is also the Managing Director of online, low cost recruitment firm Recruitment Magic.

Sam is a working Mum and has three gorgeous children, Oscar (Age 6), Maya (Age 3) and a new baby, Liliana who was born in November 2013. Sam is married to Andoly and they live together in a rural part of Cork, in Ireland. Sam loves to spend time with the kids, and now only works 20 hours a week so that she can maximise her time with the children.

Sam has been a contributing Author to best selling book, "Building the Ultimate Network" and has also written "GIVE: 16 Giving Strategies to Grow Your Business". Sam is currently writing further business books which will be published throughout 2013.

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