With their 1994 international bestseller, Drs. Rick Brinkman and Rick Kirschner armed a civility-starved world with no-nonsense strategies for dealing with difficult people with tact and skill. Since then, the world has changed dramatically: technology designed to bring people closer together has only made it that much harder to avoid "people you can't stand." At best, such people can make life stressful and unpleasant. At worst, they can keep you from achieving important goals. The good news is that you don't have to let them do either! It's fully within your power to bring out the best behavior in people who are at their worst. From this one-of-a-kind guide, you'll learn:
Updated and revised for the digital age, this new edition of Brinkman and Kirschner's bestselling guide, available in audio for the first time, shows readers how to successfully combat the whiners, grenades, tanks, snipers, close-talkers, pedants, and other rude, crude, and inconsiderate people who can ruin your day at work, in stores, on the street, in restaurants, at the movies, in waiting rooms, by fax, phone, and E-mail, and online.
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Nothing unique, just common sense.
The first thing that threw me off, was beginning - authors introduce them self as naturopathic physicians that is just one big pseudoscience BS https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naturopathy . But I gave it a chance and continue to listen. The book content is common sense and wishful thinking with no real answers to problems. Especially final sentence at the end of the book, claiming that if you read this book you are most likely more fortuned than others who don't even have roof over their heads, what sound like "your problems are not real problem so STFU, life is hard"