Psychology & Communication

Mind Gym

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Summary of “Mind Gym, An Athlete’s Guide To Inner Excellence”: In this book, Gary Mack, sports psychology consultant and counselor, provides us, in the form of 40 lessons, with the techniques and exercises he used to help his athletes build their mental strength and shows us that the mind impacts sport performance just as much, if […]

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Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School

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Summary of “Brain Rules”: A straightforward and pragmatic neuroscientist leads us on the conquest of recent discoveries about human brain function in order to live a better life and to have a better understanding of ourselves. Brain Rules was published in 2008and is part of the Personal MBA. Note: this review is a guest review […]

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The Science of Influence: How to Get Anyone to Say Yes in 8 minutes or Less

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Summary of “The Science of Influence: How to Get Anyone to Say Yes in 8 minutes or Less” : Kevin Hogan, influence expert, has tested, studied and developed innovative principles that govern the science of influence; he encourages us to discover how to apply these models of persuasion in order to develop our ability to […]

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Getting More: How You Can Negotiate to Succeed in Work and Life

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Summary of “Getting more”: Negotiate in different ways: concentrate on the opposite, anticipate, practice and achieve more, it will change your life! Getting More by Stuart Diamond, 2012, 416 pages The original title is “Getting More: How You Can Negotiate to Succeed in Work and Life” The 12 principles of the Getting More Method 1. […]

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Pitch Anything: An Innovative Method for Presenting, Persuading, and Winning the Deal

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Summary and book review of Oren Klaff’s “Pitch Anything”: This book, which focuses on pitch frame, negotiation and communication, will teach you how to have a clear grasp of your speech topic as well as the power struggle that is present in each social interaction. By Oren Klaff, 2015, 261 pages Note: This review is […]