I got this book after reading Dan Pink’s . He referenced a fascinating motivational process (and paradoxical question) from this book so I picked it up. (We’ll talk about that question and process in a moment. :)
Although it doesn’t have a ton of reviews on Amazon, it’s *really* good. As Dan says in the front-cover testimonial: “The rare book that is both practical and profound.”
Michael Pantalon is an award-winning faculty member at Yale School of Medicine. He’s also a motivational coach, consultant and therapist.
His “Instant Influence” process has been installed in places as diverse as General Electric and your local Emergency Room to addiction recovery centers and probation departments.
The process has been empirically tested and proven to work in all those environments—earning it the distinction of being “the only motivational approach scientifically proven to succeed in less than 7 minutes!”
Of course, it’s packed with Big Ideas. And, of course, I’m excited to share a handful of my favorites we can apply to our lives TODAY so let’s jump straight in!
If you feel so inspired (no pressure, as always), I have a quick question:
Why might you be interested in the Ideas in this Note? Are there any benefits you can see to Optimizing your ability to influence others—whether that’s at work or at home?
Got it? OK. Now let’s jump in!
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