Make an Impact: The Six Habits of Highly Influential People
|Publisher:||That Guy's House|
In her debut book, Fab asks us to look beyond the definition of influence that has been prescribed by social media, and consider the inherent desire of us all to have an impact, leave a lasting legacy, and to learn from those that we admire - to influence and be influenced.
In an age where 'influencer' is a legitimate job title, you're picking up this book at the right time if you seek to truly understand what this role encompasses.
If you've ever wondered what your role is in this new generation of influencers, or how it can and will impact the commerciality of what you do (for work or play), then you're in the right place.
Arming yourself with the practical applications of, and strategies with which to acquire real and lasting influence, will create vast opportunities and unlock enormous possibility in your life. You'll be taken by the hand and gently pulled in the direction of authentic power and intentional leadership -- which is most certainly what the world needs more of right now.
Influence is much more than social currency. Whether is educating, inspiring, demystifying, true influencers aim at making a positive change.
A few of the things you'll learn in this book:
- What influence is, and why we are affected by it
- How to make a bigger impact using your online presence
- What are the six core habits of successful influencers
- Key techniques and strategies to widen your influence
- A 21-day plan to put your learnings into practice
As founder of a community of over three thousand influencers and content creators, Fab Giovanetti's mission has always been to share the stories of remarkable people and inspire the thousands of people among our audience to encourage a positive change. This book reflects what she learned from influential people who are spreading an incredible message of health (mental, physical, and all the above).
The book is a collection of stories from some of the top influencers out there (including Hazel Wallace from the Food Medic and Rupy Aujla from the Doctor's Kitchen) and research done on over 1,500 people on habits, rituals and what they have learned along the way.