By Steven E. Sacks
We are often faced with trying to influence others through our beliefs and personal experiences. The wrong approach is to browbeat others until they “surrender.”
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Influence is really a straightforward approach to convincing people that your positions are well thought out, persuasive, justified and completely devoid of underhandedness, manipulation or trickery.