Nash & Rosler
The author of How to Win Friends and Influence People, David Nash, is now working with the great folks at Nash & Rosler in Bryan of Texas. They have an entire staff of consultants and experts helping to grow their business nationally. I met them once while doing some consulting work for them years ago. David was kind enough to allow me to be one of their private consultants while working on a book that he had co-authored. His insights are priceless, and I am thrilled to have been his research assistant for a few years.
David has also written several books on leadership, business, and negotiating. The best of all his books is probably his newest One Move. In this book, he shows you how to develop a strategy for winning over others by using the power of positive thinking. It might be called the secret weapon of negotiating. He also shared with me his personal story about how he realized that if you take the initiative, you can have the opportunity of a lifetime.
As if that’s not enough, he has another equally important book, and it is called Winner’s Edge. It is subtitled New Thinking: Thinking For the Win. In it, he shares with us one secret weapon that will change the way you think about negotiating. It is called New Thinking. It can change your mindset from one of defeatism to one of victory.
Nash & Rosler have done an incredible job of presenting information that is helpful and inspiring. I highly recommend both of their books. Could you read them and see for yourself?
The book New Thinking is available from the publisher, Leadstart/PCI. You can also order the book online. If you haven’t read it, then I highly recommend that you do so. The author is a very accomplished public speaker and business consultant. I highly recommend this book and all of Alex and Rachel’s books.
I hope you will find this book valuable and find it challenging. If you have not read the book, I highly recommend it. Start with New Thinking, and read it, if you can. If you have already read the book, I highly recommend reading New Thinking, too. And then, once you have done that, you can move on to whatever you want to read about leadership.