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The Soulful Art of Persuasion

The Soulful Art of Persuasion

The Soulful Art of Persuasion is a revolutionary guide to becoming a master influencer in an age of distrust through the cultivation of character-building habits that are essential to both personal growth and sustained business success. This isn't a book full of tips and life-hacks. Instead, The Soulful Art of Persuasion will develop the habits that others want to be influenced by. This book is based on a radical idea: Persuasion isn't about facts and argument. It's all about personal character. Jason Harris, CEO of the powerhouse creative agency Mekanism, argues that genuine persuasion in the twenty-first century is about developing character rather than relying on the easy tactics of flattery, manipulation, and short-term gains. It is about engaging rather than insisting; it is about developing empathy and communicating your values. Based on his experience in and out of the boardroom, and drawing on the latest in-depth research on trust, influence, and habit formation, Harris shows that being persuasive in a culture plagued by deception means rejecting the ethos of the quick and embracing the commitment of putting your truest self forward and playing the long game. Through instructive and entertaining stories, Harris lays out the 11 habits that will guide readers to become authentically persuasive, including - Earning respect through collaboration - Becoming the person others want to be around - Practicing generosity through gestures big and small Persuasion today is about personal excellence, sharing the stage, and respecting other people's motivations. In The Soulful Art of Persuasion, Jason Harris shows us the way.
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278 kr.
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Communicating with the World of Beings : The World Heritage rock art sites in Alta, Arctic Norway

Communicating with the World of Beings : The World Heritage rock art sites in Alta, Arctic Norway

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298 kr.

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Communicating with the World of Beings : The World Heritage rock art sites in Alta, Arctic Norway

Communicating with the World of Beings : The World Heritage rock art sites in Alta, Arctic Norway

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298 kr.

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How to Draw Anything

How to Draw Anything

As children, when we learn to write, we gain an important life skill - a practical means of communicating that we end up using almost every day of our lives, if only to jot down a shopping list or dash out an email. As children, we also know instinctively that drawing is a great way to communicate, but later in life it isn't universally valued and nurtured in the way that writing is. It's not seen as a necessity, it's seen as a specialism. As a result, most of us are robbed of a powerful, rewarding and perfectly achievable skill by a set of assumptions that are just plain wrong. In the 18th and 19th centuries drawing was central to a good education, not because we were training future artists, but because we were training future doctors, nurses, scientists, engineers, builders, cartographers, carpenters, plumbers and gardeners. We recognised the power of drawing to reveal, explain and clarify where words alone fell short. Florence Nightingale's visualisations of mortality data in the Crimean War saved many lives. From the scruffy sketchbook pages of Alexander Graham Bell came the first telephone. Charles Darwin grabbed a scrap of paper and mapped out the tree of life. They all understood that a good drawing is not one that is beautiful but one that does its job. Not a work of art, but art that works.How to Draw Anything sets out to repair our broken relationship with drawing. Firstly, this book asks you to pick up that pencil from where you left it all those years ago and start making pictures again. It will give you back the confidence and joy in drawing you never should have lost. And secondly, How to Draw Anything will equip you with new means of solving problems, sharing ideas and telling stories. It will take drawing out of the art world and put it into your world, introducing you to drawing as a practical tool for everyday life that will change the way you work, think and communicate.
60 kr.inkl. fragt
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Squirting with Whales

Squirting with Whales

Themes of Communication and Affection in Ole Tersløse's Art It has been a human obsession for millennia to be able to communicate with other animals, especially mammals. Mammals appear to share so many features with us, are the objects of human love and curiosity in addition to scrutiny, hunt and domination. We know very well that we can never fully understand what it is like to be any other species and that most of our attempts at communicating with them are bound to fail. Even a domestic dog, closely bound with its owner, will never quite understand our way of thinking and vice versa. Some birds are quite intelligent and basic communication is possible if one tries hard. Fish, reptiles, insects - forget the idea of human communication entirely. But we have an urge to do this, and the history of literature abounds with tales of humans making friends with all sorts of animals, riding on fish, flying on birds and butterflies, living with lions, wolves and mice. Tersløse takes this attempt literally and creates scenarios of humans interacting with animals on our terms: Interviewing, teaching, preaching, interpreting. At the same time he makes worms, tadpoles, eels, fish and birds larger than life. They enter the human scale of as fellow creature (or bigger), even though they are still essentially different, and often slightly disturbing in their alien presence. In all of Tersløse's images a plausible reality is twisted into something surreal. Indeed the style of his digital imagery is reminiscent of the Belgian surrealists Paul Delvaux and René Magritte and the atmosphere (especially in The Harbor at 5pm) owes a great deal to the 'metaphysical' paintings of proto-surrealist Giorgio de Chirico. The dream-like quality of these images is a result of the combination of the impossible and the illusionistic, of what Salvador Dali called "concrete irrationality". The more the optical illusion works, the more striking the surreal effect is. The absurdity of squirting with ...
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