The Success Process Handbook: A Thinking Persons Guide to Interpersonal Relationships The Success Process Handbook: A Thinking Persons Guide to Interpersonal Relationships

The Success Process Handbook: A Thinking Persons Guide to Interpersonal Relationships
31 Oct 2015

Author and retired business professional Tony Fielek has penned this motivational guidebook with the goal of helping professionals succeed in the workforce by honing their interpersonal skills.

According to a recent study 76 per cent of Americans cite job pressure as the leading cause of stress in their lives. In today’s economy, the pressure to succeed overwhelms most professionals, but author Tony Fielek hopes to readjust mindsets to focus instead on honing interpersonal skills as a development tool to further professionals in their career paths.

Former UCLA basketball coach John Wooden said: “Things work out best for those who make the best of how things work out”. Fielek believes successful people take advantage of every opportunity and make the best of every situation.

In his book, The Success Process Handbook: A Thinking Persons Guide to Interpersonal Relationships, Fielek provides simple steps for professionals to dig out of creative ruts and become experts at the power of persuasion, control and influence. 

Over the course of his career at a major automotive company and through service at his local church, Fielek had the chance to interact with a number of incredibly bright high school and college students about their futures. He discovered that despite their great achievements, they timidly looked into the future with ideas in their heads of shark tanks in place of the corporate world.

With the constant pressure to succeed, Fielek wants to help people learn to be self-starters and gain interpersonal skills that help secure jobs and achieve happiness and success.

“The Success Process Handbook provides a flexible process that will help readers achieve the things they desire in life,” says Fielek. “Regardless of age, what they need is a desire to change, perseverance and some kind of a personal plan.”

“The best way for you to get ahead is to use your personal power to influence critical, specific individuals who can help you achieve life’s successes. The Success Process Handbook provides simple steps for professionals at any level to develop into confident self-starters with a grasp of future plans and how to get there effectively. “To be successful, no one will tell you when and what to do. You must understand the task and do the preparation yourself,” he adds. 

By Tony Fielek 

About the author

Tony Fielek earned a bachelors degree in engineering from the University of Michigan, a masters degree in business administration from Wayne State University and a juris doctor degree from Michigan State University. Throughout his career, he had the opportunity to travel the world and learn to interact with people from many different cultures. He and his wife, Carole, are very involved at their local church, working closely with high school students. Fielek is now retired and living in Detroit.

Author and retired business professional Tony Fielek has penned this motivational guidebook with the goal of helping professionals succeed in the workforce by honing their interpersonal skills.

According to a recent study 76 per cent of Americans cite job pressure as the leading cause of stress in their lives. In today’s economy, the pressure to succeed overwhelms most professionals, but author Tony Fielek hopes to readjust mindsets to focus instead on honing interpersonal skills as a development tool to further professionals in their career paths.

Former UCLA basketball coach John Wooden said: “Things work out best for those who make the best of how things work out”. Fielek believes successful people take advantage of every opportunity and make the best of every situation.

In his book, The Success Process Handbook: A Thinking Persons Guide to Interpersonal Relationships, Fielek provides simple steps for professionals to dig out of creative ruts and become experts at the power of persuasion, control and influence. 

Over the course of his career at a major automotive company and through service at his local church, Fielek had the chance to interact with a number of incredibly bright high school and college students about their futures. He discovered that despite their great achievements, they timidly looked into the future with ideas in their heads of shark tanks in place of the corporate world.

With the constant pressure to succeed, Fielek wants to help people learn to be self-starters and gain interpersonal skills that help secure jobs and achieve happiness and success.

“The Success Process Handbook provides a flexible process that will help readers achieve the things they desire in life,” says Fielek. “Regardless of age, what they need is a desire to change, perseverance and some kind of a personal plan.”

“The best way for you to get ahead is to use your personal power to influence critical, specific individuals who can help you achieve life’s successes. The Success Process Handbook provides simple steps for professionals at any level to develop into confident self-starters with a grasp of future plans and how to get there effectively. “To be successful, no one will tell you when and what to do. You must understand the task and do the preparation yourself,” he adds. 

By Tony Fielek 

About the author

Tony Fielek earned a bachelors degree in engineering from the University of Michigan, a masters degree in business administration from Wayne State University and a juris doctor degree from Michigan State University. Throughout his career, he had the opportunity to travel the world and learn to interact with people from many different cultures. He and his wife, Carole, are very involved at their local church, working closely with high school students. Fielek is now retired and living in Detroit.