Noah Zandan

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Introducing Insights Into Influence

I'm thrilled to announce my book, Insights into Influence: The Strategies, Tactics, and Secrets of World-Class Leaders and Social Scientists, is soon to be released.

Insights into Influence

Over the past year, I spoke with twenty-two world-class people of influence—from leadership to politics to sex to money to Instagram—and what I discovered is that there's a pattern to influence. There's a science behind it.

That's what we share in this book: Insights into Influence. 

Here's what some early readers have said about the book:

Why and how you use your influence helps determine your impact on the world. With the help of leaders across many fields, Noah Zandan unpacks influence—what it looks like, how to use it responsibly, and how to help others recognize and develop their own power.

- Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook and Founder of Lean in

Insights into Influence is a great read, capturing life lessons, no matter your field. While it can be read quickly, it merits careful reading and re-reading. The stories capture “a ha!” moments that are crystal clear in their conceptualization, argument, reasoning and potential for impact. Don't miss a page.

- Richard Foster, PhD, Director Emeritus at McKinsey, Lecturer at Yale

I’ve learned a lot from Noah Zandan about influence in the past, and this book has continued the learning process. Get ready to gain new insights on persuasion from the thoughtful questions he asks and the excellent interviews he curates.

- Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of Originals and
Give and Take, and host of the chart-topping TED podcast WorkLife

Cheers,
Noah  

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