Why is it easier to get along with some people than it is with others?
How can I connect and articulate my business ideas quickly and effectively?
How can I make customers see the best in me and want to say “yes” to me?
We can’t choose our neighbors and we can’t make a living selling to our friends. We don’t have the luxury of choosing our colleagues, our managers, our clients or counterparts in other companies. But we can choose how to get cooperation, rather than confrontation or apathy, with them and with all sorts of different people.
More than 500 corporations, thousands of small businesses, and six of the world’s leading business schools know that the faster you can connect and articulate your business ideas, face-to-face, with all kinds of people – and get them acted on – the faster you’ll pull ahead of the competition.
That’s why they contacted Nicholas Boothman.
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"Nicholas Boothman is truly inspirational" The Economist Magazine
"Boothman is Dale Carnegie for a rushed era" The New York Times
"Training the New York Supercops includes daily discussions on the works of Aristotle, George Orwell and Nicholas Boothman" The New Yorker