Andy Molinsky

Reach
  • Reach

  • Penguin presents the audiobook edition of Reach written and read by Andy Molinsky.

    Is it easy for you to deliver bad news? Do you look forward to speaking in public? Do you enjoy networking? If you answered no to any of these questions, Reach can help.

    What often sets successful people apart is their willingness to do things most of us fear. What's more, we have the false notion that successful people like to do these things, when the truth is that successful people have simply found their own way to do them. In Reach, Andy Molinsky breaks down the five key challenges underlying our avoidance tendencies and illuminates the path towards enjoying what you once feared.

    Short, prescriptive, and based not only on the author's ground-breaking research, but on his own personal experience, Reach will help you take the thing you are most afraid of doing and make it a proud part of your personal repertoire.



    Along with books like Grit, Mindset, Originals, and Peak, Reach takes its place on my shelf of favorite books about living more fully and effectively. I was stunned by how original and helpful it is. - -Doug Stone, New York Times Best Selling Co-Author of Difficult Conversations and Thanks for the Feedback

    Molinsky delivers an informative take on the subject of behavioral change. Readers will be inspired by his bumper crop of well-chosen stories about people overcoming their fear and reaching beyond the familiar. People interested in pursuing new ventures will find Molinsky's advice invaluable. - Publishers Weekly

    We all have trouble reaching beyond our comfort zone, but this book shows you how. So many of our disappointments spring from our own unwillingness to stretch beyond what we feel comfortable doing. Reach will take you to the next level, where you really want to be. - Jonah Berger, PhD, New York Times bestselling author of Contagious and Invisible Influence

Andy Molinsky is a professor of organizational behaviour at Brandeis University's International Business School. He regularly writes for the Harvard Business Review, and his work has been featured in the Economist, Fast Company, Fortune, the Financial Times, the Boston Globe, NPR, and the Voice of America. His first book, Global Dexterity, received the Axiom Award (Silver Medal) for Best Business Book in International Business and Globalization.

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