Henry Atchison Offers a Straightforward Way To Building Relationships With Others
The author believes success is building relationships through communication
Dallas, TX (PRUnderground) May 30th, 2021
All good communication depends on open, honest conversations. Unwavering Success with Henry Atchison, available on Amazon, helps readers build rapport to establish authentic relationships, especially on a professional level.
When honorably discharged from the United States Air Force, Atchison moved to the Dallas area and got a job with a local aircraft manufacturer in the computer department, where he began computer programming. He’s now been developing computer programs for over fifty years, working for Federal Reserve Bank, Frito Lay, Amarillo National Bank, and IBM. Now, in his retirement, he still likes to keep his mind active by working for a software development company called Systemware. As a master of building rapport with practically anyone, he says: “A simple smile speaks volumes. It is one of the best rapport-building and communication tools.”
Unwavering Success is a wonderful collection of tips, tricks, and strategies to strike up a conversation with strangers, build rapport, and grow your network marketing business. Atchison offers the reader a step-by-step guide on the simple things they can say and do to build genuine relationships with others.
“You should always strive to show your honesty, integrity, and sincerity to others. It allows them to understand that you have their best interests at heart. Going off about your own agenda does nothing to build rapport,” says Atchison.
Atchison shares ways to build rapport with prospects without being ‘salesy,’ sharing phrases and strategies that stand the test of time and create a two-way communication flow.
Unwavering Success gives the readers the tools they need to genuinely build rapport and get people to like us and trust us.
“I have had the distinct pleasure of working with Henry through the ACPAAA (Arlington Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association). When I think about Henry, one of high integrity comes to mind. He always does what he says he will do. Henry is willing to do whatever it takes to complete all the tasks he begins. You can count on him to step up when help is needed. It has been an extreme pleasure working with Henry these past few years and I look forward to many more.” — Testimonial by Bill Jezek, Chairman of the Board, Arlington Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association.
“I can sum up Henry’s personality with a simple description: he is a Square-Dancing Technical Whiz. And, although it does not seem possible, I have known and worked with Henry for fifty years at five different companies and a mix of reporting relationships. There are people we meet in our business lives that we term ‘Foxhole Mates.’ These are the men and women we would choose to be with us during the most trying times. Henry is certainly one of those for me. His resourcefulness, intellect, analytical skills, willing spirit, and dogged determination combine to make him one of the most valued members of any team. He will freely share his knowledge with anyone who needs assistance and personally take on the most challenging tasks. When I decided to go out on my own, Henry was an early addition to my team. Not knowing exactly where the new road would lead, I was most interested in having people around me who were flexible and able to take on a variety of tasks. We have spent many a late-night working on a problem that had to be fixed. Henry never gave up and never gave in. He would stay on the task until it was completed. Regardless of the difficulties, Henry knows how to segment his time and thoughts to give maximum attention to the task at hand.” — Testimonial by Dan Basso, CEO of Systemware Inc.
Strategies on rapport-building can be found in Unwavering Success with Henry Atchison, now on Amazon.
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