Six-Word Lessons on Influencing with Grace - 100 Lessons to Genuinely Connect with Colleagues, Friends, Family and Lovers
Webster’s dictionary defines the verb influence as “to move or impel a person to some action.” Influencing a friend, colleague, family member or lover could take on a number of different forms. You could influence through positive messages and behaviors that cause a person to take one path over another. Unfortunately, many people take a negative or divisive perspective and influence through manipulation or deceit to get what they want. Rather than view influence as a win-win proposition, they accept (and some embrace) a win-lose proposition. If you want to genuinely connect with colleagues, friends, family members and lovers, influence must be exercised with the utmost integrity and in the spirit of win-win relationships. Hence the inspiration for Six-Word Lessons on Influencing with Grace.
Written by Nikki Rausch owner of Sales Maven in Puyallup, WA, Six-Word Lessons on Influencing with Grace gives you 100 short and simple lessons to help you positively influence those you deal with day-in and day-out, as well as useful tips to understand yourself and others, communicate effectively, and genuinely connect with those you encounter and love every day.
Start influencing with grace using tips in the following categories:
1. You Have Influence, Now Use It
2. Vital Skills for Your Career Growth
3. You Control Your Thoughts and Emotions
4. Revel in Your Committed Loving Relationship
5. Relish Your Time Spent with Family
6. Experience Deeper Connections in Your Friendships
7. Everyday Essentials that Make the Difference
Get crisp advice to genuinely connect with and influence the important people in your life--colleagues, friends, family members, lovers and yourself--so you can understand one another, communicate effectively and improve and build all of your relationships genuinely and with grace.
Published by Pacelli Publishing
Learn more about the author at her website at YourSalesMaven.com