0739 | How The World Sees You with Sally Hogshead

0739 | How The World Sees You with Sally Hogshead

Sally Hogshead is an American author, professional speaker, chief executive officer of Fascinate, Inc and a former advertising executive. She is the author of Fascinate and How The World Sees You. Over the past decade, Hogshead has studied the science of fascination and what persuades and captivates people. In this interview, we discuss how individuals and leaders benefit from knowing what is so fascinating about them and how to put it to work.

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In This episode, You’ll Learn:

  • How to find your highest value
  • What is so fascinating about your unique personality
  • How to use fascination to work better with others

How The World Sees You

During the interview, Sally decided to give out listeners a FREE copy of the Fascination Advantage Assessment. This is the same assessment you’ll hear Sally and I discussing and a more robust version than the free one on her website. To claim this gift, follow the instructions below:

—-> 1. Go to HowToFascinate.com/YOU
—-> 2. For the access code, enter “FreeLeader”

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About the author

David Burkus is an organizational psychologist, keynote speaker, and bestselling author of five books on leadership and teamwork.

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