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From Richard Templar
Best-selling Author of The Rules of Life and The Rules of Work
100 new tips, tricks, and skills for negotiating, persuading, and influencing
Be the kind of person who gets what they want.
Be the kind of person people want to say yes to.
Help people say yes
(even when it isn’t easy)
(even when they have to make an exception).
Fresh. Fun. Quick.
Skills you’ll use every day:
At work, at home, everywhere.
Get what you want.
It starts right here.
Richard Templar is an astute observer of human behavior and understands what makes the difference between those of us who effortlessly glide toward success and those of us who struggle against the tide. He has distilled these observations into his Rules titles. More than 1.3 million people around the world have enjoyed and now play by Richard Templar’s Rules.
I felt a little guilty reading this book. My wife said, "It sounds manipulative." True. However, if I were to rename this book, I might call it "Common Sense Guide to Social... Read morePublished on February 3, 2013 by Rev Casey
A good book for beginners to get started on how to deal with people using persuasive and negotiation skills which may be too shallow for those who have some experience in the... Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by C. Prasojo
This book was very disappointing; first, I knew right offhand that you cannot get anything you want and certainly not without having to ask. Read morePublished on September 25, 2012 by #1 Amazon Fan
"How to Get What you Want Without Having to Ask" by Richard Templar was a good read...
Loaded with valuable insights and suggestions to navigate through all our... Read more
How to Get What You Want Without Having to Ask by Richard Templar is a simple examination of the techniques to get people give you what you want. Read morePublished on January 4, 2012 by T. L. Cooper
Each page is a short description of a particular trait needed for workplace success (and success in other avenues of life). Read morePublished on October 20, 2011 by Julie
This book is really just full of reminders that most people already understand. There is nothing new or mind blowing here. Read morePublished on October 14, 2011 by Jerry Sanchez
Like many other readers I found this book to be too basic and not offering anything new .I actually think it might be better suited to helping teach teenagers the skills involved... Read morePublished on September 25, 2011 by Susan
An Excellent Review of the Basics
Earlier this year I read and reviewed "The Rules of Management,(Expanded Edition: A Definitive Code for Managerial Success) of Richard... Read more