When we are born, we are open and curious and fascinated at the new world around us. We are sponges. And as we develop, and if, and only if, our basic needs are satisfied, we grow to the point of requiring self-actualization.
Learning. Curiosity. Creativity. Knowledge.
If you are interested in persuasion, odds are, you’ve got most of your basic requirements met. You’ve moved on to this higher level of consciousness where you want to absorb more and more of this field of human nature, stretching your boundaries and expanding your intellect.
As you study persuasion you’ll find that this field is about much more than studying–it’s about asking for what you want and need and watching them all fall into place.
The key to living right is using persuasion in all facets of everything we do. Parenting, relationships, business associations, even setbacks and challenges, can all be clarified and made stronger with persuasion skills.
As we engage in the world, these tools open doors, freeing us from limitations (self imposed) and allow us to take control.
We are explorers: persuasion pioneers, on the frontiers of human...