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This blog post first appeared on Forbes.com
Shel Horowitz’ Clean & Green Club listed The Underdog Edge as a recommended read in their newsletter.
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Can ordinary people make a difference? Yes, says author Amy Showalter, who offers tips on how to be a persuasive underdog in “The Underdog Edge: How Ordinary People Change the Minds of the Powerful. . . and Live to Tell About It”…
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As I talk to more readers of The Underdog Edge, it’s fun to hear their stories and applications of Underdog Edge influence moments—-real-world experiences that illustrate the seven extreme influence strategies and over 50 tactics for upward influence success. I’ll be sharing them in this blog as they occur.
As I wrote in Underdog Edge, the top dogs whose minds were changed by someone “down” the food chain made a common observation—that one’s appearance matters, and that it represents a mental shortcut to help them decide whether to give access and time to that person, especially if they are younger and don’t have a long track record of success.
As I remind my audiences, if you have the…
Just in case you are having “issues” with some who think grassroots programs and PAC’s don’t belong in the workplace, here is my take on it published on CNBC’s web site: http://www.cnbc.com/id/47144504