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I read this book, rather read half then skimmed the other, in about an hour.
In a style similar to their previous book, The Power of Nice, Kaplan Thaler and Koval use engaging stories to relate their concepts in the Power of Small.
So, if instead of motivation to be nice to people you want some substance, this book is not for you.
You may not be familiar with their names, but you are probably familiar with the authors' work. They are the founding partners of the advertising agency responsible for the Aflac... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Andrew Everett
I read "The Power of Nice" a few years back and enjoyed it, and was pleasantly surprised to come across this book by the same authors, and enjoy it just as much. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Frank Steele
I enjoyed many of the stories, but feel the reason to be nice is that it is the right thing to do, not that it might be you something later on.Published 16 months ago by Cindy Wills
Good reminder of the things we all know and all know we should do, the small things make a differencePublished 23 months ago by Business owner
Not too long ago I read and enjoyed the little book called The Power of Nice, which I first heard the authors describe on my local NPR station. Read morePublished on July 3, 2012 by V.H. Amavilah
I enjoyed reading The Power of Small. The authors provided several examples of small things altering the course of events in significant ways. Read morePublished on May 6, 2012 by Dane Mom
Thanks a lot, got here quickly. I needed it for one oh my college courses for assignements I have to do.Published on January 26, 2012 by twoods