If you’re looking for fresh reading for 2013 (or perhaps an eleventh-hour tax deduction for 2012), I hope you’ll check out my new book, To Sell is Human, which hits bookstores today.

For more details, listen to this interview on NPR’s Morning Edition or watch the 2-minute trailer below.

Here’s to a healthy and happy new year!

11 Responses to “A new book for a new year”

  1. Kent says:

    Already ordered, can’t wait to read it.

  2. Rick Valdez says:

    I listed to NPR every morning and just heard the interview about the book. I’m looking forward to reading it. A healthy, happy and prosperous new year to us all – Nice interview!

  3. eileen says:

    Not only am I interested in this book, I am so impressed by this video. I keep watching it over and over again.

  4. Brian says:

    Already enjoying the book. It’s a great read!
    It’s already making me reflect on my interactions with people in life and how I use my skills to “sell” ideas.

  5. This sounds like a very interesting book. I like that one of the attributes you need to attain in to serve. It’s amazing what opportunities come about when we’re out serving other people.

  6. Andrew says:

    Dan, hello – my journey to visit you and find out more about To Sell is Human started with Chris Guillebeau’s latest http://chrisguillebeau.com/3×5/end-of-year-giveaway/

    Best wishes for a healthy and happy 2013 🙂

  7. Maria says:

    Dan, you are a life changer. I am enjoying your latest book as much as I have enjoyed Drive. Definitely a great read! By the way, the webinar was great.

    I am wishing you continued success.

  8. Matt says:

    Itching to read this – when will it be available as a Kindle e-book please?
    Thanks, Matt

  9. As much as I’d love to go back and re-read certain business books, I never get around to it.

    This will be one of the exceptions. Raced through it in 2 evenings; looking forward to a luxuriously slow read followed by snippets of note-taking and implementation for the whole year.

  10. Mark Guay says:

    Absolutely love how informative AND entertaining this book is. As a teacher, I really enjoy your view on teaching. It’s such a demanding career that needs a crisscross of skills and your research shows the multi-dimensions of teaching. My students recently saw Death of a Salesman (yes, it is still in schools). How coincidental….

  11. Just finished reading this book! Great stuff! I love how Dan tears apart some of the old tried and true sales methods based on new research in behavioral science. Those methods may have worked in the past. And the old methods were probably backed by science. But human behavior has changed more in the past 10 years than the previous100 (thanks to technology). And as human behavior evolves so too must our sales tactics. Do you agree that technology has changed human behavior to a degree that old behavioral research may no longer be relevant?

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