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I bought this book because I wanted to win arguments and still have people respect how I handled the situation. Read morePublished 17 months ago by HeWhoReadsALot
This book is like an encyclopaedia of debate and human relations. Brilliantly written, I refer back to it regularly. Highly recommendPublished 23 months ago by chuck simon
This is a good collection of advices.
I agreed with many of the reviewers that Robert Mayer does not make a good writer. Read more
The author of the book steals countless ideas and examples from authors that are way superior to himself:
William Ury, Dale Carnegie, Leil Lowndes, etc. Read more
Fortunately I checked this one out from the library and didn't waste my money on it. As other reviewers have stated, it is basically just a constant stream of incoherent anecdotes... Read morePublished on July 6, 2011 by Carynn Luine
Larry King was right. This is an "important book" because it is filled with life lessons for getting others to see what you see and feel what you feel. Read morePublished on July 28, 2009 by M. Ballesteros
I found this book infuriating to read and ultimately a fruitless effort. I was really attracted to the title and after reading the table of contents was looking forward to reading... Read morePublished on August 16, 2008 by TheBerns
This books has useless information. I was hoping for an outlined way to win arguements or a step by step plan. This book had no such information. The title is deceiving. Read morePublished on August 12, 2008 by .