Kevin S. September 18, 2019
Dr. Harry's message is a universal truth; be a good person and treat people so that they are drawn to you. It's not just good advice for life, it turns out to be great for managing people and a business. It's so good I teach it to my employees and my kids. This stuff really works.
Scott M. September 15, 2019
Being critical or pessimistic is easy. Being the sun is hard work--but the effects are all-encompassing. Heliotropic leadership affects all those around us, but most importantly, it helps you become a better person, from a positive change from within.
Mary Kae R. September 14, 2019
Dr. Harry's coaching philosophy of Do More of That, is a great guide to building your best self/team. Intentionally look for you/your team at their best. Lead with the 5 to 1 strategy, and you will produce more engaged team members. In our office, we are always watching for what went well and pointing it out, so we can repeat it in as many areas as possible!
John W. September 12, 2019
Dr. Cohen spoke about Be the Sun, Not the Salt at an upper management meeting of West Herr Automotive Group. A sprinkling of the comments we received were "Best meeting we ever had", "most inspiring meeting we ever had" and "most positive meeting we ever had". Our intent is to use this to inspire all 2200 employees and take our positive culture to the next level.
Dan M. September 10, 2019
I have been a big supporter of Harry Cohen and his works for over twenty years. As a Lincoln dealer, I have witnessed the results of his remarkable compassion and dedication toward motivating people. He truly instills confidence with his words and actions. His recent book, "Be The Sun, Not the Salt"
embodies the positive energy he has conveyed his whole career. I purchased forty books for my dealerships in order to show my team some of the positive vibes I would love for them to feel. I am grateful for all of Harry's wisdom and motivation.
Alex H. September 08, 2019
There is so much wisdom packed into this book! The concepts presented here are elegant (e.g. not designed by a complexifier) as they are easy to grasp and can have an immediate, positive impact on anyone willing to put them into practice -- both in business and in life. Well done Harry!
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