Getting along well with others is the real secret to success and happiness. In tens of thousands of classrooms we teach reading, writing, and arithmetic, and yet we leave solutions to the universal problems of human relationships to be discovered, if at all, by trial and error. The trial is painful and the error is costly.
People Tools: 54 Strategies for Building Relationships, Creating Joy, and Embracing Prosperity, provides time-proven techniques that you can use to build a better, happier, more successful life. It is the perfect resource for busy people looking for fast and effective solutions to the challenges we face every day.
"People Tools" are practical and easy to understand. From developing self-confidence, to improving communication skills, to finding constructive ways to resolve conflict, each "People Tool" addresses a specific issue and provides a simple, straightforward strategy that you can adopt to bring about a positive result. Each tool is illustrated with insightful stories and amusing anecdotes that are relevant and relatable. The stories will reel you in, but the advice will change your life.
Although you may recognize the more intuitive techniques in People Tools, this audiobook provides explanations and helpful examples from a vast collection of different tools designed to help you further expand your own existing repertoire of skills.
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Well, I have listen to many, but it's definitely up there!
I would like to meet him as I am also a real estate investor and I am very sure I could learn a TON from him!
Somewhat of an ego-boost book for the author
Not really. Mr. Fox has good information on basic people skills, but I didn't feel like I really got any secrets out of the book. I felt like I was just listening to grandpa talk about his amazing life, and how amazing he's been throughout. There's other books out there that share a little more insight and true blue psychology. I respect the success it sounds like Mr. Fox has enjoyed over the years, but this book seems to be an ego boost and possibly a money grab.
- Paul Brodzik