"No" Doesn't Always Mean No
“I want to be confident.”
“I want to make more money.”
"I want to talk to her, but I don’t know what to say."
“Why don’t they respect me?”
More sales. Stronger relationships. More confidence.
We've all got hopes and needs.
Maybe it's avoiding the regret of missed opportunities after not having the courage to talk to an attractive member of the opposite sex.
Or maybe you want to learn how to read body language, so you can tell whether she's just being friendly or actually likes you, reducing the risk of potential embarrassment.
Maybe it's creating business strategies that enhance client retention and generate sales---putting more money in your pocket.
It could be learning how to build stronger relationships with the people around---allowing you to be yourself and attract the people that like you for you.
For students, managers, and co-workers, it could be better brainstorming strategies for group project sessions that encourage everyone to contribute equally, instead of not pulling their weight and letting other group members---(read: you)---carry the load.
When you understand "why" people do what they do, success is that much easier.
"No" Doesn't Always Mean No is a guide to understanding how everyday people think, act, and make decisions. You'll learn strategies for growing a business, enhancing social intelligence, and boosting workplace performance.
You'll find insights such as:
* The twelve motivations that control our thoughts, actions, and preferences
* The psychology behind skilled negotiation
* Strategies for effective professional and social networking
* How to generate business using Behavioral Economics
* Three things you're not doing that may cost you that dream job
Don’t take my word for it--- see what people are saying about the report:
" 'Sales' means far more than actually selling goods or services; it means making your points with people in life in general. This is a very well-written book. The phraseology is good and flowing, it makes its points well and is a pleasure to read.”
-Alan E. Kligerman, CEO, AkPharma Inc.
"The field of social psychology offers all sorts of useful information for managers, negotiators, parents, educators, and anyone (all of us, really) who deals with other people. Kene Erike has distilled quite a bit of this information in a clear and succinct summary that readers from many walks of life will find helpful—and enjoyable to boot."
-Thomas Gilovich, professor of psychology at Cornell University and co-author of Why Smart People Make Big Money Mistakes and How to Correct Them
"The information in this compelling book instantly helped me become more competitive in my sector. Identifying and embracing emerging opportunities in the IT industry is the name of the game. The data in this book can be applied across many industries; Kene clearly gets it."
-Antoine Sylvia, IT Architect, IBM
"With all the game-playing and misinformation surrounding the dating game, finding love is hard enough. I've been setting up singles for years and know what it takes to find---and keep---love in the 21st century. Communication and shared commitment between partners are the biggest keys to lasting relationships. Half the battle is identifying the people most interested in you; the other half, putting your best "relationship" foot forward. "'No' Doesn't Always Mean No" provides great assistance on both fronts.
Kene's book explores the business game as well.
As the principal and founder of my own matchmaking and professional development agency, I understand how difficult it is to establish---and grow---a business. Soft skills are critical if you want to get anywhere. "'No' Doesn't Always Mean No" is a thought-provoking read, invaluable for sharpening the skills you already have and developing a few new ones."
-Paul Carrick Brunson, Matchmaker, Author of It's Complicated: A Modern Guide to Finding and Keeping Love, and Oprah Winfrey Network Contributor
"No" Doesn't Always Mean No is only 100 pages long---no fluff or filler. You'll finish it without thinking you've been strung along by someone who needed to fill pages to meet a quota.
The ability to understand, motivate, and influence the people around you is vital for success in every walk of life. Whether you're looking to make more money, meet and attract the right people, or lead a team, "No" Doesn't Always Mean No will teach you how to do it better.
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