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The Book of No - 365 Ways to Say it and Mean it—and Stop People-Pleasing Forever (Updated Edition) - cover

The Book of No - 365 Ways to Say it and Mean it—and Stop People-Pleasing Forever (Updated Edition)

PhD Newman

Publisher: Turner

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Summary

INSTANT SUCCESS OF FIRST EDITION:  The Book of No, first published in January 2006, launched with a Today Show appearance. 



 
CONTINUED MEDIA INTEREST: During the ten years since the first ed published, The Book of NO has had consistent media coverage, most recently a Fast Company feature in December of 2015 and an article in The New York Post</iL on December 31, 2015. In August 2015, Amazon selected The Book of No as one its top five Daily Deals which catapulted the book to #257 overall and to number 1 in three categories.



 
AUTHOR PLATFORM:  Susan Newman, PhD, is a prolific author of articles that have been published by outlets such as Reader's Digest, AARP, PBS, the Chicago Tribune, and more!

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