He is the author of New York Times #1 bestsellers, Swim With the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive and Beware the Naked Man Who Offers You His Shirt. Both of these books were recently listed by The New York Times among the top 15 best-selling motivational/business books of all time.
In April 1997, Mr. Mackay wrote another blockbuster, this time on networking, titled Dig Your Well Before You're Thirsty. In less than three weeks of its debut, the book made the New York Times Top 10 Business Best-Seller list and is in its seventh printing. It's also made the best-seller lists of USA Today and Business Week.
In January 1999, Harvey published his fourth New York Times bestseller, titled Pushing The Envelope, which is chock-full of life lessons on determination, dress, friendship, forgiveness, continuous improvement, creative gift-giving, earning trust, training, teamwork and praise. Harvey provides special delivery on how to:
lick the competition
negotiate the best deals for you
identify leadership qualities
use laughter as a productivity tool
balance work and family
get a raise, and much more.
Based on a group's size (up to 400), we can provide one of these $20-25 hardcover books at no charge -- that's up to $10,000 worth of free books. Mr. Mackay also will do a book signing after his speech.
In addition, Mr. Mackay is a nationally syndicated weekly columnist for United Feature Syndicate whose work appears in 52 newspapers around the country -- representing more than 10 million newspapers.
Mr. Mackay's speech topic is "Outsell, Outmanage, Outmotivate and Outnegotiate Your Competition." From his experience as a Minneapolis entrepreneur and prominent community leader, Mr. Mackay offers powerful and compelling advice on how to outsell, outmanage, outmotivate and outnegotiate your competition, offering tips on salesmanship, customer service, leadership, management and negotiation. He will take you into shark-infested waters, throw you a life preserver and help you leave the competition in the wake.
Mr. Mackay can tailor his speech to cover your specific needs or theme -- be it leadership, teamwork, coaching, networking, building long-term relationships, or whatever.