Logic doesn’t drive people’s behavior; you have to develop an awareness that anticipates the illogic caused by deeply personal life experiences, rather than expecting them to be rational.
Greenville, South Carolina (PRWEB) March 23, 2014
Generally, self-help books tell people to set goals, work hard, and never give up on your dreams. They rarely tell you to get to know people better. However, in Dan Waldschmidt’s Edgy Conversations: How Ordinary People Achieve Outrageous Success readers learn that understanding what drives others can truly be the key to success. “Logic doesn’t drive people’s behavior; you have to develop an awareness that anticipates the illogic caused by deeply personal life experiences, rather than expecting them to be rational,” says Waldschmidt, who assures readers that developing this skill is perhaps the most important for anyone looking to advance their career.
Waldschmidt will have a real conversation with readers, on Wednesday, March 26, focusing on the fourth quality of successful people as discussed in Edgy Conversations, the previous ones being extreme behavior, discipline, and giving. Readers will be able to dial in to 424.203.8405, using the pin number 947128 to speak to Waldschmidt about the importance of understanding what makes people tick.
Who: Dan Waldschmidt, author of Edgy Conversations, readers, and people who are interested in achieving their highest potential, instead of holding themselves back.
What: A conference call to discuss the human component in Waldschmidt’s Edgy Conversations.
When: March 26, 2014, at 9 PM EST
Where: 424.203.8405, pin number 947128
Waldschmidt tells readers that Edgy Conversations and these conference calls are for those people who are tired of working tirelessly to attain success and still coming no closer to achieving it. Having a human strategy, he says, is essential. “You have to figure out how pain and fear drive your actions, and the best way to modify those beliefs and behaviors that impede your success.”
Dan Waldschmidt was born five weeks late and has been making up lost time ever since. He got a standard entry-level job right out of college, but then he changed the sales process, earned millions of dollars for the company, and became CEO by the time he was 25. Now he works primarily as a business strategist and speaker. Dan and his team help companies all over the world arrive at business-changing breakthrough ideas by moving past outdated conventional wisdom, social peer pressure, and the selfish behaviors that stop them from being high performers. The Wall Street Journal calls his blog, Edgy Conversations, one of the “Top 7” sales blogs anywhere on the Internet. He’s been profiled in Business Week, INC Magazine, Business Insider, and on dozens of radio programs. Hundreds of his articles on unconventional business strategy have been published. Dan is also an avid runner.