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The core idea of this book is very simple and very important.
This book conveys principles and ideas that are applicable to everyday life in the personal arena as well as the professional environment.
A friend suggested I read this book saying that it was about much more than the title seems to indicate.
I prefer a more technical book: charts and clean methods to follow through. The books lacks it. It is somewhat useful the it is.Published 1 month ago by Gabriel
It is good. I wish they had a book that addressed teenagers. I'm reading it with my son and he gets tired of all the adult examples.Published 3 months ago by dyslexia teacher
This book has helped me so much. I've struggled with saying no my entire life. I'm a people pleasing person. I say yes when really deep down I want to say no. Read morePublished 3 months ago by G. Shunk
Saying "no" seems like a selfish move, except it is anything but. Think of all those times when you heard a "yes" only to find out later that the person wasn't... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ilya Grigorik
I love Kindle for that reason. The book suggestion came up in a meeting and I was able to order instantlyPublished 5 months ago by William Bruyea
My therapist suggested I read this book because I'm a 'people pleaser' and have a hard time taking time for myself. I barely made it through this book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gina Sandelli
Filled with pertinent and poignant case studies and reasoned arguments, The Power of a Positive No (a prequel to Getting to Yes and Getting Past No) shows how rushing to decisions,... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Winston D. Jen
I started applying the principles right away and saw results in my relationships. Love it. Highly recommend. It changes the way you see people.Published 7 months ago by Steffianna