Synopses & Reviews
“Whatever you admire in someone, you have in yourself-if only but a glimmer. In fact, when a person’s talent, virtue, skill or attitude strikes you as amazing, you can be sure it’s something you want more of for yourself. You are ready, willing, and able to incorporate it into your repertoire of assets.”-from the Introduction
Change the Way You See Everything was a breakthrough book, which presented a transformational philosophy known as Asset-Based Thinking, or “ABT.” That book was able to instill success-oriented habits in even the most die-hard cynic, and inspired thousands to shift their thinking to reap monumental rewards both in work and in life. Now the authors are back to expand this powerful notion of Asset-Based Thinking-to guide people on how to change one’s own power, influence, and impact on the world. So while the first book taught readers how to view their world differently, this next book shows them how to see themselves differently. It will reveal that everyone is a leader in their own way, and that, through ABT, every person can plug into their unique power.
How to change ones own power, influence, and impact on the world
About the Author
Hank Wasiak is co-founder of The Concept Farm, one of the hottest creative development companies in the world. He is an advertising industry icon who works with the corporate elite of global and domestic business. He lives in New York City. Kathryn D. Cramer, Ph.D. is a practicing psychologist, sought-after corporate consultant and speaker, and the author of several books on personal effectiveness and professional development. She is the founder of The Stress Center at St. Louis University, and managing partner of The Cramer Institute, an internationally recognized coaching and consulting firm. She lives in St. Louis, MO.