February 2-8 2013 Issue 3795by The Listener
<h3>COVER STORY</h3> <h4>Surprising secrets to selling yourself</h4>
Surprising secrets to selling yourself - how anyone can learn the power of persuasion
In this week's issue, Ruth Laugesen reports on how the internet is rewriting the sales manual; Karl du Fresne talks with the Otago Daily Times managing director, Julian Smith about the secret to the ODT's success; Karl du Fresne reports on American restaurants and their considerably narrow food options; and Guyon Espiner talks with Amy Adams, the minister behind changes to the Resource Management Act and a woman who is making her mark in the corridors of power.
We're in sales
The last bastion
All you can eat
'Parliament needs mums'
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What’s on in Auckland: Crystal Castles, a design and architecture film festival and lots of other excellent events to put in your diaryRead more
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