More than 600 corporations and associations, thousands of small businesses and six of the world’s leading business schools know the better you are at connecting and communicating face to face with all kinds of different people, the faster you’ll pull ahead of the competition.
That’s why they contacted Nicholas Boothman.
“You rule your ever learning, ever loving, ever living mind. You alone decide what you think; thus you alone decide your entire life.”
A timely volume on accelerated personal achievement by one of the leading experts of our time.
Based on three years of research, Nicholas Boothman’s latest book answers such important questions as: How do my self-talk, my postal code and my willingness to take risks make or break my future? Is there a way to re-ignite my passion for a life and a job I once enjoyed or is there something more exciting waiting for me in the wings?
If you want to make your future fabulous but are pushed for time, You Rule is full of easy, proven tips designed to activate the real you. Each chapter explores one thing you can start doing right away to improve your fortunes in ways you can’t imagine.
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GAIN CONFIDENCE, MAKE FRIENDS, ACE INTERVIEWS, GET PEOPLE TALKING
CONNECT. GET YOUR POINT ACROSS. INSPIRE COOPERATION
CAPTIVATE, PITCH AND PRESENT IDEAS, PROBLEM SOLVE, INSPIRE LOYALTY
“Training the New York SuperCops includes daily discussions on the works of Aristotle, George Orwell and Nicholas Boothman” – THE NEW YORKER
“Nicholas Boothman is truly inspirational” – THE ECONOMIST MAGAZINE
“Boothman is Dale Carnegie for a rushed era.” – THE NEW YORK TIMES
My Writing Blog
It has never been more important to talk to strangers than it is today. Polarized politics, political correctness and digital distractions are making strangers out of all of us. The result is an epidemic of unhappiness and isolation across all age and socio-economic...
Reading time: 100 seconds.Professor Thomas Harrell at the Stanford Business School spent 20 years examining Stanford MBAs looking for the success factor. He concluded the only identifiable predictor of success is something he called "social extroversion" - the ability...
A Simple Risk/Reward CalculatorREADING TIME: 30 SecondsWe are pre-conditioned to avoid risks even though we deal with them on a daily basis. As a result, we turn away from opportunities to create the jobs we dream of, build the lives we long for, and make the moves...