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by Melinda Davis


Combining popular psychology with business acumen, consultant Melinda Davis presents a Faith Popcorn-like . A book like this comes along perhaps once every 50 or 100 years

Combining popular psychology with business acumen, consultant Melinda Davis presents a Faith Popcorn-like guide for businesspersons in The New Culture of Desire: 5 Radical New Strategies That Will Change Your Business and Your Life. Davis contends that Americans' desires have shifted in recent years, from the physical to the metaphysical. A book like this comes along perhaps once every 50 or 100 years. Melinda Davis points out that the mind & soul of humanity (not just "Americans") are undergoing a shift from a materialistic to a spiritualistic environment.

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New Culture of Desire: 5 Radical New Strategies That Will Change Your Business and Your Life .

The New Culture of Desire: 5 Radical New Strategies That Will Change Your Business and Your Life.

Quizzes and checklists appear throughout the book to help you diagnose your own desires.

The five strategies we enlist to satisfy the new primal desire - and what they mean for your life and your business. Simon and Schuster; 21 October 2002. ISBN 978-0-7432-4790-0.

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The New Culture of Desire: 5 Radical New Strategies That Will Change Your Business and Your Life epub download

ISBN13: 978-0743217736

ISBN: 074321773X

Author: Melinda Davis

Category: Business and Money

Subcategory: Marketing & Sales

Language: English

Publisher: Free Pr (September 2005)

Pages: 288 pages

ePUB size: 1369 kb

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Rating: 4.7

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Arihelm
This book changed my life and my career. I have probably read it over a dozen times, taking notes and dissecting chapters. With all the statistics gathered from her own national forecasting firm, The Next Group, she has real data - real numbers to back up her forecasting and ideation. Ms. Davis reveals once confidential details of The Human Desire Project (6 years) of investigations/focus groups/experiments into what makes human beings want what they want and do what they do. All entrepreneurs should read this book - especially the ones working in the new dominant frontier of Social Media & Networking and the tech start-up industry. Much of what she predicted in 1993 is playing out now - how's that for a visionary! This book is not for the casual reader. It is brilliance on paper with high concept ideas and knowledge BUT actionable ideas and strategies. Highly Recommended even today. It is still relevant and even ahead of the times.
Arihelm
This book changed my life and my career. I have probably read it over a dozen times, taking notes and dissecting chapters. With all the statistics gathered from her own national forecasting firm, The Next Group, she has real data - real numbers to back up her forecasting and ideation. Ms. Davis reveals once confidential details of The Human Desire Project (6 years) of investigations/focus groups/experiments into what makes human beings want what they want and do what they do. All entrepreneurs should read this book - especially the ones working in the new dominant frontier of Social Media & Networking and the tech start-up industry. Much of what she predicted in 1993 is playing out now - how's that for a visionary! This book is not for the casual reader. It is brilliance on paper with high concept ideas and knowledge BUT actionable ideas and strategies. Highly Recommended even today. It is still relevant and even ahead of the times.
Dorilune
A book like this comes along perhaps once every 50 or 100 years. Melinda Davis points out that the mind & soul of humanity (not just "Americans") are undergoing a shift from a materialistic to a spiritualistic environment. The impact of this on our life values and behaviors is already evident in many subtle ways --- but promises to evolve into a full blown revision of the way life is carried on for the foreseeable future.
Her vantage in the end is that of a poetess, providing signposts for people to use as they grope their way into new modes of thought and experience. It is difficult to overestimate the significance of her theses. In particular, literary persons, those involved in the healing and psychological professions, and, sad to say, the marketing mavens, will find this a must read book. They will, no doubt, have their world all shook up by this true masterpiece of perception and insight.
Dorilune
A book like this comes along perhaps once every 50 or 100 years. Melinda Davis points out that the mind & soul of humanity (not just "Americans") are undergoing a shift from a materialistic to a spiritualistic environment. The impact of this on our life values and behaviors is already evident in many subtle ways --- but promises to evolve into a full blown revision of the way life is carried on for the foreseeable future.
Her vantage in the end is that of a poetess, providing signposts for people to use as they grope their way into new modes of thought and experience. It is difficult to overestimate the significance of her theses. In particular, literary persons, those involved in the healing and psychological professions, and, sad to say, the marketing mavens, will find this a must read book. They will, no doubt, have their world all shook up by this true masterpiece of perception and insight.
Gold Crown
A large part of the joy I derived from my recent "home for the holidays" visit involved setting up hotmail accounts and MSN messenger service for my parents while also explaining how google, CNN Breaking News alerts and fast web navigation would provide a quick fix to the gray area that surrounds their current needs, pleasures and wants. Fact is fact... our world is changing at warp speed and we either shuffle to simply keep up or shudder at the thought of getting in or online. The New Culture of Desire, written by Melinda Davis is a triumph for all those who seek the light of our new day and the truth of this dramatically powerful shift in our time and reality. Melinda, the "Pied Piper" of our new age, takes our hands and forges forward, both "tenderly" and "fearlessly" into the complexities of the world we once knew, in order to assure us that "there are no monsters under our beds at night", but we better damn well check just the same!! In a point-by-point tell tale, she examines our shifts from the physical to now imaginational world, reflects on our transition from "Prada" to "Prana" sensibilities and simultaneously unravels the mysteries of how we ought to survive in the midst of all this chaos, confusion and potential short circuitry. Melinda uses wit, rhyme and a poetic verse that is uniquely her own to admit that, yes... these are in fact "scary" and often confusing times, but Melinda also assures us that they are exciting, and we ought to be "in the know" both personally and professionally.
Gold Crown
A large part of the joy I derived from my recent "home for the holidays" visit involved setting up hotmail accounts and MSN messenger service for my parents while also explaining how google, CNN Breaking News alerts and fast web navigation would provide a quick fix to the gray area that surrounds their current needs, pleasures and wants. Fact is fact... our world is changing at warp speed and we either shuffle to simply keep up or shudder at the thought of getting in or online. The New Culture of Desire, written by Melinda Davis is a triumph for all those who seek the light of our new day and the truth of this dramatically powerful shift in our time and reality. Melinda, the "Pied Piper" of our new age, takes our hands and forges forward, both "tenderly" and "fearlessly" into the complexities of the world we once knew, in order to assure us that "there are no monsters under our beds at night", but we better damn well check just the same!! In a point-by-point tell tale, she examines our shifts from the physical to now imaginational world, reflects on our transition from "Prada" to "Prana" sensibilities and simultaneously unravels the mysteries of how we ought to survive in the midst of all this chaos, confusion and potential short circuitry. Melinda uses wit, rhyme and a poetic verse that is uniquely her own to admit that, yes... these are in fact "scary" and often confusing times, but Melinda also assures us that they are exciting, and we ought to be "in the know" both personally and professionally.
Ahieones
The deftness in which Melinda writes is encouraging. Her vision of our future seems to be on target and on the fore front. I thought she spent too much time making this a "self-help" book rather than a business tool. It wasn't until the tenth chapter that she actually explained how to apply her philosophies in the marketing of products. In addition, her fervent writing style began to weigh me down. She either has a great deal of enthusiasm or she's trying too hard to prove her point. The net net: I really enjoyed the book although it wasn't exactly what I expected.
Ahieones
The deftness in which Melinda writes is encouraging. Her vision of our future seems to be on target and on the fore front. I thought she spent too much time making this a "self-help" book rather than a business tool. It wasn't until the tenth chapter that she actually explained how to apply her philosophies in the marketing of products. In addition, her fervent writing style began to weigh me down. She either has a great deal of enthusiasm or she's trying too hard to prove her point. The net net: I really enjoyed the book although it wasn't exactly what I expected.