The Most Important Book You’ll Read This Year
Fifteen years ago I met Carole Robin. She was my professor, then.
Eleven years later, I felt so strongly about what she had done for me that I endowed a fellowship fund in her name — committing, at the time, more money than I had to my name.
It was financially brazen. It was reckless.
But I did it for a reason. Carole had given me something of incalculable value: the ability to influence people, and to be influenced by them, in ways previously unthinkable.
How did she do that?
For decades, the answer has been a secret, knowable only to a very privileged and select group of Stanford students who took her Interpersonal Dynamics course each year.
Now she and the co-developer of that class, David Bradford, are sharing their insights with the world.
But only if you’re ready to know.
And be known.