So after having this book partially read on my nightstand for close to a year now (bought it at the airport on my way to Chicago last january), i finally finished it (mind you, I probably read a dozen other books in the meantime).
Anyway, I would probably say this is one of the best networking/business/social development books I’ve read in a while. Ferazzi does a great job of giving his sinceere and non-scummy ways of building your real life social networks, and improving your life and that of others through his tips. I was expecting this book to talk about cheesy or sleazy stuff, but in the end it was all kosher, which was good. Its late, so I don’t have much else to say about it, but if you’re looking to improve your personal and business relationships, I would pick it up.
If you’ve got a book you would like to trade, that you think is worth reading, let me know, and I’ll send you my signed copy of never eat alone.