• The Best-Selling Book For College Graduates Beginning Their Career

    Everything You Didn't Learn In The Classroom That You Must Know To Succeed!

  • Success From Day One In The Office

    The most powerful lessons that prepare young professionals for a successful career simply aren’t learned in the college classroom. Those nuggets of practical wisdom aren’t just secrets to success on the job – they’re also crucial to excelling in life.

    50 Ways to Excel in Your First Job (and in Life) is the go-to book for young professionals as they enter the real world and strive to build exceptional careers. This best-selling guide by career success expert Antonio Neves helps recent college graduates get the most out of their first job and internships by teaching them those critical lessons that are essential to making a mark on the world.

    Written the young professional in mind, this book gets straight to the point in bite sized chapters and helps newly minted professionals get the most out of their real world career from day one in the office.

    This book is the perfect college graduation gift, new employee onboarding guide, and conversation starter for young professionals.

    What You'll Learn

    Soft Skills: The most in-demand skill wanted from employers. More than 50% of companies in a Career Builder survey said that recent college graduates lacked interpersonal skills. This books shares tips on how to connect with others.

    Problem Solving Skills: Identify opportunities, not challenges. Nearly 50% of employers say recent college graduates have poor problem-solving skills. This book helps solve this problem.

    Networking and Relationship Building: Build a network of allies. It’s not who you know. It’s who knows you. This book demonstrates how to build a network of allies.

    Leadership: Accountability & Responsibility. 40% percent of companies looking to hire new graduates say that this group needs better leadership skills. This book helps readers learn how to take accountability and responsibility.


    Creative Thinking: Think outside of the box. A study at more than 150 schools across the U.S. found that 40% of students were deficient with critical thinking abilities. This book provides entrepreneurial tips to proactively address this.

    And much, much more…

  • 50 Ways To Excel In Your First Job Author Antonio Neves Interview on KTLA

    Watch the interview HERE.

    50 Ways To Excel In Your First Job Featured In The Huffington Post

    Read the article HERE.

    About Author Antonio Neves

    50 Ways To Excel In Your First Job author Antonio Neves is the leading expert on young professional and millennial career success. His mission is to help young professionals have exceptional careers.

    A first generation college student who earned a masters degree from an Ivy League institution, Antonio built a successful career becoming an award-winning journalist working as a correspondent, producer and executive with top television networks and tech companies including NBC, PBS, BET Networks, about.me and Nickelodeon. Antonio’s business articles regularly appear in Inc.com and Entrepreneur.com. He is also author of the best-selling books, 50 Things Every College Student Should Know.

    A highly sought-after and internationally recognized speaker, Antonio has delivered keynotes across the world at large corporations, national trade associations, and on college campuses nationwide.

    A graduate of Western Michigan University, Antonio earned a Masters degree from Columbia University.

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