I just went to Amazon to commend your book, and found over 100 overwhelmingly favorable plaudits! Congratulations!!

I will be bringing your book to the attention of students and faculty at Columbia and at Teacher's College's Gottesman Library, starting with my University Seminar on May 5th and my next Socratic Conversation on May 29thl; disseminating info. about it to the networks deriving from my books (Peak Learning, Socrates Way, etc.; and suggesting review and comments to the editors of several robust subscriber lists such as www.conversationmatters.com.

On Friday, I will be inviting you to our invitational symposium THE POWER OF CONVERSATION at Faculty House here on campus, in early July (date now being finalized). One of the slogans of this event will be "Everything Happens Through Conversation" (with robust suitable credit to you of course!). We'll have declarations by you and several other champions/experts like the ones on last evening's panel: TED-tight (6 minutes max.) and extemporaneous (no prepared papers). We'll move swiftly into Action/Deliverables/Behavioral Innovations/Outcomes as stressed by several of your speakers yesterday.

Ron Gross
Co-chair, University Seminar on Innovation

Judith E. Glaser
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Recent Reviews

Yale University

Reading the book profoundly effected - and changed my approach to all of my interactions. Not only have I been reviewing how to handle the common misunderstandings and miscommunications in my life, but also how to advise close friends on how to improve their life situations through conversation. It has altered my thought processes and undoubtedly my neurotransmitters. Quite a few people will be on the receiving end of a copy from me. If it has the same effect on them, a chain of goodwill is to follow.

Sue Atkins, Physicians Assistant, Yale University

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