So you’ve decided to read a book about succeeding with people. Firstly, thanks for choosing this one. I hope you find reading it to be a valuable investment of your time and helpful on a number of different levels.

To begin with, let me explain why I’ve written the book and also why I’ve written it the way I have.

I guess unless you’re a recluse or a monk who’s taken a vow of silence whilst living in some isolated location, then interacting with people is part of day to day life. Despite our rapidly growing relationship with technology dealing with people in a visible or virtual sense is something few of us can escape.

But here’s the deal.

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