-Marshall Goldsmith, author of What Got You Here Won't Get You There
"In a remarkably quick read, Lisa Earle McLeod shows us how we can avoid the pitfalls that stem from either/or thinking."
-Tom Rath, author of How Full Is Your Bucket
"Every CEO in America should read this book! Lisa Earle McLeod unlocks the secret of ending turf wars and creating a culture of accountability, candor, and creativity. Whether you work with one person or thousands, The Triangle of Truth is a must-read for anyone who wants their team to become more successful."
-Keith Ferrazzi, author of Who's Got Your Back and Never Eat Alone
"The Triangle of Truth is simple, elegant, and instantly effective- love this approach."
-Christiane Northrup, MD, author of Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom and The Secret Pleasures of Menopause
"Most 'truths' about life are simple when you figure them out, and life is often very complicated until you do. In The Triangle of Truth, Lisa Earle McLeod describes and profusely illustrates the futility and destructiveness of either/or thinking and with equally profuse illustrations offers a startlingly simple third option- both, And. Poof!- the end of conflict, including war, and the beginning of peace by including the perspective of others. I salute this accessible manual for world peace and recommend it to everyone."
-Harville Hendrix, PhD, author of Getting the Love You Want and co-creator of Imago Relationship Therapy
"Intellectual heft on inspirational wings."
-Michael Alvear, Creative Loafing
"Most of the mischief in our lives and in the world comes from our egregious inability to be both absolutely honest and absolutely respectful with each other at the same time. Lisa McLeod offers powerful, practical, and timely solutions to help us dramatically improve our lives and our organizations by striking at the root of this pernicious problem."
-Joseph Grenny, author of Influencer and Crucial Conversations
"In this ingeniously written book, Lisa shows us how to forever do away with the 'false dilemma,' the unnecessary use of the word 'or,' and instead find the best alternative. No, not compromise, not forgo your values or desires, but to step it up a notch and create a bigger pie for everyone involved. Be a peacemaker; not a peacekeeper. The information in this book has the potential to raise mass consciousness and result in a better, more prosperous, and more peaceful world."
-Bob Burg, coauthor of The Go- Giver
"Whether you're a man or a woman, read The Triangle of Truth and you'll finally understand how to get along with the other side."
-Gail Evans, former executive vice president of CNN News Group and author of Play Like a Man, Win Like a Woman
"The Triangle of Truth is what comes out of the book oven when an extraordinary word chef like Lisa McLeod blends humor Cosby would envy with wisdom Buddha espoused and then adds a heaping cup of hit- you-where-you-live realism. You may giggle and sniffle but you will never be the same after reading this great book."
-Chip R. Bell, author of Take Their Breath Away
"I love this book! I LOVE Lisa's writing style; she's conversational with just the perfect edge of irreverence. She gives us a perspective on relationships and communication that can (and will) change peoples' lives."
-Joe Calloway, Business Consultant and author of A Class Of One
"Forget sneaky tactics or hardball negotiation. Whether you're selling a product, yourself, or an idea, The Triangle of Truth helps you get what you want and keep your integrity intact."
-Susan Harrow, author of Sell Yourself Without Selling Your Soul
"A breakthrough book...that rare combination of insight, humor, and truth will have people talking for years."
-Mike Robbins, author of Focus on the Good Stuff
"How smart people can get better at everything."
-Lisa Daily, Daytime correspondent and author of How to Date Like a Grown- up
"This is a brilliant work of art and one that has the potential to dramatically speed up growth in business and change politics, and also dramatically decrease divorce rates as well as increase good night's sleep! If we all can build a muscle in seeing the higher cause instead of wasting time and energy debating for the sake of being 'right,' amazing outcomes will occur!"
-Julie Gilbert, former executive vice president of Best Buy and founder of WOLF Means Business