The Curious Leader
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The Curious Leader

Harnessing the Irrational, Doing the Impossible

Persuasion, bias, and manipulation, we are all intrigued by these things. Moreover, how do “they” get intelligent people to do what they want?

I’m not overstating things when I say, my entire life’s work has been driven by a single question:

Why do people do what they do, even when what they do doesn’t make sense?




What could it mean to you, your organization or your family business to step up into the highest form of leadership; becoming a Dragon Leader? Dragon Leaders Transform “Meaning Into Practical Action”

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