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Finally, the book that shows you how to do the impossible: get someone to change, for the better.
Don't let crazy people drive you crazy. Don't let annoying, obnoxious, petty people get under your skin. Whether it's your kids, spouse, friend, client, patient, or coworker, you have the power to make it better. Before you break up with your boyfriend, fire your employee, or write off your mother-in-law, try changing them into someone new. With clear, prescriptive techniques, How to Change Anybody tells you how to:
* Inspire loyalty.
* Turn anyone's mood around fast.
* Stop stubborn behavior.
* Turn a lazy bum into an ambitious go-getter.
* Stop passive aggressive behavior.
* And much more!
David Lieberman is an expert in simple behavioral strategies that work every time. These tried-and-true techniques will truly give you the tools to change anyone--and, in the process, to change your life!
Extremely intelligent author writes outstanding 'straight up' tactics and techniques that really work, Love this book, I am reading it a second time.Published 10 months ago by Thomas Kane
My title was a little sarcastic, but it is how I felt after reading this book. It only changed the way I think when I talk to people, you can't really create individual change in... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jason V
I have read many of Dr. Lieberman's books, and find the titles generally to be attention grabbing exaggerations, while the content is useful and interesting for the manager, sales... Read morePublished on October 21, 2012 by Edward J. Barton
This has been vey helpful dealing with some of my family and my husband. It helps me understand myself as well as my friends and family. I ahald listened to it many times.. Read morePublished on September 11, 2012 by Trisha
Although you cannot make a horse drink water you can put salt in his oats! That is what this book teaches you to do make it more likely that people will do what you wish them to... Read morePublished on January 8, 2011 by dee lundgren
I can'nt say more that there is no value in this Audio. Complete waste of time. The style of the author seems to all over the map where he seems to be suggesting techniques with a... Read morePublished on September 7, 2010 by Sameer Bhasin
What a bunch of cr%$. This is the stupidest "self help" book I've ever seen. Yes, I did read it all. It was shallow and egotistical. Read morePublished on July 9, 2008 by NH Mom
I must confess I did not read the entire book word for word because it struck me as being pure common sense. Read morePublished on November 12, 2006 by M. Perkins