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  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Marketing / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:84
  • Paperback ISBN:9781736797549

The Point Of View Guide

Create more value by cultivating a clear, empathetic perspective.

by Philip Morgan View author's profile page

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Overview
Maybe somewhere along the way you've been admonished to have or express a point of view. Maybe you see others who have a distinctive, clear, powerful POV and want the same for yourself. If either of these motivations cause you to wonder exactly how you arrive at having a distinctive, clear, powerful POV, then this guide is for you. In about 70 minutes you'll gain a working understanding of what a point of view is and how you might cultivate or refine your own POV. The Point Of View Guide is printed in 6x9 softcover.
Description
Maybe somewhere along the way you've been admonished to have or express a point of view. Maybe you see others who have a distinctive, clear, powerful POV and want the same for yourself. If either of these motivations cause you to wonder exactly how you arrive at having a distinctive, clear, powerful POV, then this guide is for you. In about 70 minutes you'll gain a working understanding of what a point of view is and how you might cultivate or refine your own POV. The Point Of View Guide is printed in 6x9 softcover.
About the author
Philip Morgan's work helps dev shops break through ceilings in lead generation and profitability. His research interests are decisionmaking under conditions of complexity and uncertainty, the explore/exploit tradeoff, and how small-scale entrepreneurs find and exploit opportunity. He's fascinated by those who cultivate valuable self-made expertise outside the narrow confines of the licensed professions, and he applies that research to help his peers build their own expertise moat. He was born in the US Virgin Islands and has been searching his whole life, without satisfaction, for a commercial ginger beer that matches the fiery home-brewed stuff he tasted there. After living in 28 different houses in 5 states and the aforementioned US territory, he seems to be settling down in Taos, New Mexico with an incredibly understanding wife and two ragdoll cats. He enjoys hiking, cycling, snowshoeing, black and white photography, roasting coffee, and building horn and open-baffle speaker systems.
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