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Win With Decency | eBook

Learn how leaders from Microsoft's Satya Nadella to Chobani's Hamdi Ulukaya succeed in a competitive marketplace, using traits like humility, empathy, vulnerability, generosity, and gratitude. 

Purchase paperback or read a sample here: https://amzn.to/3RehQh6 

What People Are Saying:

This is the kind of book that Deepak Chopra and Tom Friedman might write together. The book makes an argument that in an unknowable future it's our best selves that can and will prevail. Well written, well researched, elegantly tied together in an easily consumable package. The authors seem to have empathy for us as readers! Great applications here for C-suite leaders and those that aspire to same, sales and customer service teams, fundraisers, educators, coaches and leaders of all stripes.

Daniel J. Cooney

Would you like to "get to the point" in a profound way? This book allows you to dive into 5 core strategies that will have an immediate impact on your bottom line. Douglass and Lisa Marie together combine best practices that are well founded in case studies, examples and statistics that you can immediately apply to your business. This is not an ethereal book, but rather one you can quickly put into action.

Bill Carmody

What lead me to read the book was a podcast by Douglass & Lisa Marie. Douglass’s back story caught my attention and their discussion about business storytelling drew me to their book- Win with Decency. I am a big believer that people are more likely to do business with people they know, like, and trust. When you are selling to a company, you are selling to both a person and a company. But why do we do business with people that we like? “Win With Decency” answers that question in a simple and understandable way by focusing on five human qualities—Humility, Empathy, Vulnerability, Gratitude, and Generosity. This book combines the author’s experience across many industries, together with interesting case studies. I read it over one weekend and loved it!