Influence: How to Exert It - 1916

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Kessinger Publishing, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 192 pages
1916. The author ranks as one of the three greatest statesmen that Japan has ever produced. He was her most illustrious and wise Shogun and rescued his native land from the slough of demoralization into which it had sunk. To him, the art of influencing others was the key to success. Contents: The Increase and Spread of Psychic Forces; Persuasion; Influence of the Eye; Through Clearness of Speech; Setting Good Examples; Psychic Influence; Decision; Rational Ambition; Perseverance; The Prestige Gained from Concentration; Confidence; Acquisition of Dominating Power.

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