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February 02, 2011


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This dovetails neatly with the work I'm doing; in fact I've attended a couple of workshops where the Reynolds book sat squarely at the center of the learning. The irony here is that despite studying, and supposedly understanding, the ideas in Presentation Zen, we break its rules constantly!

Just finished reading Influencer: The Power to Change Anything by Patterson, Grenny et al. You made me think of it in your title: It talks about the importance of connecting with those whose behavior you want to affect. If you haven't already read it, I'd recommend it.

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