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Arbinger's materials educate people about the problem of self-deception, and Arbinger's methodologies help people to overcome it. In the words of an early reviewer of The Anatomy of Peace, "Arbinger helps people to see in a different way—to see problems differently, conflicts differently, challenges differently, opportunities differently, each other differently." To which another added, "I know of no tool or way of thinking that contributes so masterfully to real, lasting peace—in families, organizations, communities, and nations."
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This phenomenal bestseller—over 300,000 copies sold—is a powerful and inspirational story about finding peace within ourselves and in our relationships. This second edition features brand new material.From the Back Cover:
"The Anatomy of Peace is a brilliantly written, stimulating read, with a rare clarity that awakens reflection and compels action. I recommend it without hesitation to anyone interested in finding solutions to conflicts ranging from the personal to the global." —Gilead Sher, former Chief of Staff of the Prime Minister of Israel
"In this day of whirlwind confusion and intense disconnection, The Anatomy of Peace is a divine prescription. More than just a book to read or an idea to consider, it is a life raft for the countless many who are suffering in silence and drowning in fear." —Iyanla Vanzant, Author, Life Coach, Founder, Inner Visions Institute For Spiritual Development
"Rarely have I read anything that held my attention the way this book did. To find that kind of reading experience in the context of a book that covers such disparate topics as parenting, managing employees, Middle East peace, and self-actualization is truly astonishing." —Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, Senior Editor, Tikkun magazine
"I couldn't put this book down. It is an enthralling story of peacemaking, showing principles that apply both in the family and on the world stage. Told with compassion and humor, the practical wisdom of this book has profound implications for all who are struggling and seemingly paralyzed in insoluble conflicts." —The Reverend Victor de Waal, former Dean of Canterbury Cathedral, England
"Phenomenal…compelling…vivid…poignant. This is a book that every manager, teacher, advisor, and parent should read and apply." —Steven Wheelwright, Senior Associate Dean, Harvard Business School
"Amazingly powerful! In the reading alone, there is transformation. I know of no tool or way of thinking that contributes so masterfully to real, lasting peace—in families, organizations, communities, and nations. The Anatomy of Peace is a gift to the world." —Pamela Richarde, founding member of Coach U, Inc., President, International Coach Federation 2006
"I love this book. Having read it, the circumstances I encounter every day seem different to me—whether in sports, business, or family life, the ideas apply to every facet of life. I can’t wait to share this book and its concepts with others." —Danny Ainge, General Manager, the Boston Celtics
"Having been intensely involved in peacemaking, I can honestly say that this is a significant and important book that lays out innovative strategies for building sustainable peace." —Uri Savir, President, The Peres Center for Peace, Tel-Aviv, and former Director General, Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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