Business Leader and Welcome to the Big Leagues Author Carmine Del Sordi Launches The Corporate Rookie Dot Com, Top Rated Business Blog and Forum

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The Big Leagues Book and Corporate Rookie website are focused on helping students, recent graduates and business newbies to prevail against pressure, reach full potential and thrive in career and life.

"I read Welcome to the Big Leagues twice. Carmine Del Sordi knocks it out of the park again with The Corporate Rookie Blog!" -Spencer Hughes, Radio Talk Show Host, Talk910 KKSF AM

Former entrepreneur turned business leader and business expert, Carmine Del Sordi, gives something back in a purposeful way to help students and recent grads thrive in corporate America and life. Welcome to the Big Leagues: Nine Innings of Essential Tips for the Corporate Rookie quickly climbed to Amazon’s Best Seller List for good reason, it aims to restore personal responsibility in this great nation one reader at a time.

Written with the entertaining backdrop of Major League Baseball, Welcome to the Big Leagues teaches readers about how to achieve and sustain greatness. According to Del Sordi, “Managers today expect to see great results, while never teaching how to achieve them. Most are too concerned about managing up and do not make the time, but many just don’t know how. Therefore, the burden to develop and to drive meaningful results vests within each employee. Similar to crime, where ignorance of the law is no excuse, being oblivious on how to do things right can sink a career before it gets started. I am informing readers that practice does not make perfect, practice makes permanent; which could be permanently wrong. Only perfect practice makes perfect. Unlike baseball, in the business world there is no such thing as a natural and, at the end of the day, all each person is worth are the skills that they possess.”

Carmine’s commitment to help business newbies reach full potential extends far beyond the workplace. Chapter 7, The Stretch, of Welcome to the Big Leagues focuses on five key areas of wellbeing: Physical, Occupational, Economic, Mental and Social. “It’s only through the strategic pursuit of each individual area with moderation that our lives can come together as harmoniously as the acronym, POEMS.”

“Welcome to the Big leagues is a precise, actionable plan to guide readers through the minefields of the business world and life.” –David Laverty, Chief Operations Officer, Nixon

“Today’s corporate newbie will gain the much needed edge by learning how to succeed from reading Welcome to the Big Leagues.” –Bettina Koblick, Chief HR Officer, Symantec

“Welcome to the Big Leagues is a very enjoyable book that’s packed with useful insights for success in corporate America.” –Andrew Del Matto, Chief Financial Officer, Fortinet

To read more about Carmine’s views on how to reach full potential and pursue a more fulfilling life, visit http://www.thecorporaterookie.com. With now more than thirty educational articles in The Corporate Rookie Blog, and a free Forum that’s geared to build a community where like-minded individuals can share knowledge, Del Sordi has designed a quality website tantamount to the superior caliber of performance he expects his audience to achieve.

Carmine Del Sordi is an intellectual, candid and dynamic individual, who holds an MBA from the University of San Francisco and has 17 years of leadership experience within Fortune 500 companies. Del Sordi prides himself on inspiring students, graduates and business rookies to prevail against pressure. For radio and television Interviews or speaking engagements please contact: carmine.delsordi(at)gmail(dot)com or 650-380-8612.

http://www.thecorporaterookie.com Follow us on Twitter @BigLeaguesBook. Welcome to the Big Leagues: Nine Innings of Essential Tips for the Corporate Rookie sold at Barnes & Noble for $24.95.

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