Amazon's success is due in large part to their understanding of influence principles that get people to say yes to them and buy their products. Just visiting the site will be a master class on the art of persuading others. Here you will learn how Amazon uses the behavioral economics principle called the endowment effect to drive up sales.
Getting others to change bad behavior can be a challenge. Learn why a simple nudge based on behavioral sciences principles, can be all that is needed. A simple and easy way to help people move away from destructive behavior.
Learn an easy way to tell the good influence techniques from the bad. Why the most unassuming methods work the best. The Jedi Master tricks of persuasion.
Imagine how much influence you could gain over people by connecting to their emotions. All while helping them through THEIR difficulties and troubles. This is rarely taught in career development courses seemingly because it is so basic. But it is highly effective and you should use it.
The reason why your ideas get shot down could have nothing to do with their merit. It may do with unconscious biases we all have towards things we have not played a role in creating.
Next time you shop at Costco, you will probably decline their free product samples after you read this. Learn from Costco and understand how to use the influencing principle of reciprocity to your benefit. If you use it ethically, you will grow in influence and advance quickly where you work.
Learn how to direct your audience's attention to associated concepts that will make it more likely to for them to say yes to your future request. This easy concept and ways to deploy it to gain influence over people are explained here.
Instead of focusing on becoming the best at one or two things. Learn to be above average in many skills and watch your influence grow. Use Talent Stacks to advance your career.
Persuading people is actually very easy. The problem is that all this time, we've been taught wrong. This will clear the fog and show you the right way to do it.
Visualize your past successes before you make a presentation or do an interview. Persuade yourself to a killer performance.
Don't criticize anyone. Don't blame them.