Genius At Work ... will fill your toolbox with valuable insights on how you and your team process information. Highly Recommended!
Page after page, I rediscover ideas from a completely new perspective. I highly recommend it.
Jeff Ford, Director of Programmes, Channel FIVE
Boross is the boss when it comes to successful, effective, memorable pitching. Gavin Duffy, Dragon's Den Ireland
I have seen Paul Boross in action and marvelled at the effect his presentation techniques have on an audience. His book, The Pitching Bible, in a simple, straightforward way makes one think hard about the art of presenting; it isn't just a matter of standing up and doing it. Mr Boross explains in crystal clear terms the dynamics between Presenter and Audience and how the presenter, you, can Seize The Day. If Presenting or Pitching fills you with fear and loathing but you've got to do it, or you just want techniques on how to improve your already sparkling performance, this is the book for you. Highly recommended.
Stephen Price, Writer, Broadcaster and Media Strategist
Every trainer's handbook. I recommend it to those who are open minded and eager to learn more for their benefit and of others.
Joan E. Rhodes
Peter Freeth has a unique approach to putting theory into action. I recommend his book to Learning and Development professionals, HR managers or trainers.
Manny Richter, Human Resources Manager, Bostik
If I wanted to read a book that would help me triumph over adversity, this would be it. So often this type of book can be maudling, but this one tells you in simple terms that if you set your mind to something you CAN do it (my capitals, not those of the authors). It reminded me of Jeffrey Archer's first book - the story of his own determination to triumph over bankruptcy - "Not A Penny More, Not A Penny Less". I say that, not because the authors' own experiences were in any way similar to his. But because in their own way, in their very different social situation, they did it too. Well done to them - and thanks for the read!
... packed fill of good advice in bite-sized chunks for those who want to make a stronger impact with their presentations.
The Irish Times.
Genius At Work tells you, step by step, what it takes to harness the intelligence of individuals, and disperse and install that intelligence throughout an entire organization.
It is a great book. One of the best related to NLP and learning.
Fausto Izcaray, Ph.D.