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"Will make you laugh today and provide insights you can use on Monday morning." -Tom Rath, author of How Full is Your Bucket? Buddha called it the Middle Path, Albert Einstein used it to reconcile competing beliefs about science and religion, and Barack Obama applied it to politics and skyrocketed into the Oval Office. It's the Triangle of Truth-a concept that is both o "Will make you laugh today and provide insights you can use on Monday morning." -Tom Rath, author of How Full is Your Bucket? Buddha called it the Middle Path, Albert Einstein used it to reconcile competing beliefs about science and religion, and Barack Obama applied it to politics and skyrocketed into the Oval Office. It's the Triangle of Truth-a concept that is both old and new, and it's the secret to solving problems everywhere from the bedroom to the boardroom and beyond. Drawing on wisdom from some of the world's greatest thinkers, McLeod delivers a problem-solving model that goes beyond either/or thinking, recasting the debate on everything from sex and politics to business and religion. A blend of personal insight, business wisdom, everyday spirituality and humor, The Triangle of Truth is a just-in-time read for anyone who is tired of arguments, angst, and stalemates and is ready for real solutions to every problem, large or small. ...

Title : The Triangle of Truth: The Surprisingly Simple Secret to Resolving Conflicts Large and Small
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ISBN : 9780399535673
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 240 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Triangle of Truth: The Surprisingly Simple Secret to Resolving Conflicts Large and Small Reviews

  • Kare Anderson
    2019-03-31 19:23

    To savor your life by sidestepping or reducing opportunities for conflict turn from instinctual defensive or "either/or thinking" to the "and" approach were you can hold apparently conflicting notions in your mind and find a middle way. Lisa makes this concept come alive with examples from the famous and from everyday situations. I've written two books on conflict resolution and read over 50. Lisa writes in a way that can interest even the non-avid reader. She pulls people in with her conversational style.

  • Dhattūra
    2019-04-01 23:15

    This book is good for a beginner in self reflection and conflict resolution. I read two chapters and couldn't help thinking, 'I figured this stuff out when I was twelve.' Glad someone put it on paper for all the other emotional/spiritual babies out there -- which we're all only just a breath away from at any moment anyway...

  • Helen
    2019-03-30 15:22

    Good read, helps one to develop an open mind. A method to reduce stress and conflict and be at peace.Read it at your own pace, practice it.Basic skills of thorough listening are quite absent with the amount of information passing through our hands and brains. Hence the friction in meetings and stress in arriving at satisfactory-to-all outcomes.

  • Linda
    2019-04-03 18:05

    This book really has a great idea about instead of either/or thinking, trying 'and'...the world would be a better place if we could do this.

  • Krista Meriwether
    2019-04-02 22:08

    My boss loaned this to me, ha.

  • Alexandrea
    2019-04-17 20:55

    The bottom line: you don't have to look at things with the either/or dichotomy, nor do you have to "settle" through compromise.