The Mary Kay Way: Timeless Principles From America's Greatest Woman Entrepreneur
For entrepreneurs, The Mary Kay Way offers unlimited inspiration. For anyone at all who wants to succeed in business, The Mary Kay Way presents real, effective, proven success principles that are equally effective in life.
It was Mary Kay's goal in 1963 to build a company that was guided by
the Golden Rule and dedicated to giving women unlimited opportunities for success.
She considered caring and kindness to be the building blocks of a highly motivated workforce, and with 50 years of success, Mary Kay Inc.
has proven her right.
Packed with timeless and proven principles, The Mary Kay Way, a Wall Street Journal bestseller, includes modern perspectives from some of the company's top independent salespeople worldwide and a new foreword by Mary Kay's grandson, also a company executive.
The original book, first published in 1984, became a legendary guide to the leadership wisdom of Mary Kay Ash. Based on her business philosophy, the book has been extensively quoted and taught in both graduate and undergraduate universities. The Mary Kay Way includes the same principles that built a global success with updates for the modern business environment and today's entrepreneurs.
Reviews and Comments for The Mary Kay Way
"One of the most inspiring, entrepreneurial leaders, Mary Kay always understood the importance of people and the value they can bring to an organization."
- J.W. Marriott, Jr., Chairman and CEO, Marriott International, Inc.
"Mary Kay knew that when you put people first and then surround them with processes and disciplines that recognize their efforts, performance will soar."
- David C. Novak, Chairman and CEO, Yum! Brands, Inc.
(KFC, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, Long John Silver's, A&W)
"When you read The Mary Kay Way, you'll understand why ... the company she founded serves as one of America's greatest goodwill ambassadors and promoters of the free enterprise system. This is one of the most inspiring books ever written ... You'll want to give it to your co-workers and family members."
- Robert L. Shook, author, The Pep Talk
"I've read a number of books about how to treat and encourage employees and numerous good books on leadership. I now think I could have just read the Mary Kay book and learned most of what I needed to
learn ... She did all those right things that the experts would later discover."
- First Friday Book, synopsis Randy Mayeux