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自己決定你是誰 by 馬修‧科胡特…
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你知道別人怎麼看你嗎?

種族、性別、年齡、體型、外貌等這些我們不能選擇的特徵,在人們心中的刻板印象,難以改變,但我們可以加以利用。除此之外,語言和非語言的訊號也會影響你的形象,要如何掌握自己在別人心中的模樣,只要熟練書中方法和技巧,你將可以輕易做到。

其實你可以掌握別人怎麼看你!

別人打量你的時候,究竟看到什麼?我們都希望別人賞識我們的優點,但大多數人不認為自己可以像柯林頓或歐普拉那麼魅力十足,備受矚目。那些迷人,令人難以抗拒、充滿魅力的因素從何而來?

本書將解開謎題,詳細說明各種微妙但重要的相關訊號。

奈芬格和科胡特以他們多年來輔導數百位客戶,以及在哈佛大學和哥倫比亞大學定期演講的豐富經驗,告訴我們看似複雜的影響力特質,可以歸類出兩個主要因素:「力量」及「溫暖」,並揭示人們彼此品評的基本架構,告訴你要成為具有影響力的人並非難事,只要平衡地掌握我們每個人都擁有的兩種特質,你就可以成為目光焦點,備受讚譽,極有影響力的人。

書中指出應該如何展現力量和溫暖,並同時實際說明我們如何培養出這種能贏得尊敬、受人喜愛的態度。本書兼具權威性與娛樂性,將永遠改變你看待別人的方式──同時也讓你改變別人對你的看法。
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