When faced with a decision, people generally know what the right choice is. However, instead of choosing what is best, people usually rely on irrational gut feelings. This book uses economics and psychology to uncover how we can all start making better choices for ourselves, our families, our communities, and our government.
Not everyone will help you succeed. This book guides you through three types of people you will encounter. Some openly announce nefarious intentions, some harbor treacherous schemes but claim to be allies, and some have good intentions but betray you in difficult times are some of the people you will meet. Read More
Negotiation begins with a real conversation built on a foundation of trust and empathy. Discovering strategies to build trust and empathy is the first step to successful negotiation. Part of negotiation is the balance of listening to the other party’s issues while staying focused on your own goals only. Read More
Did you know there are triggers that will result in an automatic “yes”? Influence teaches you about the psychology behind decisions with emphasis on those that end with a “yes.” Develop six weapons of influence to become a master of persuasion and to defend your opinions from other master persuaders. Read More