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Becoming a Person of Influence - Book Summary
Each of us is influenced by others. People of influence can include presidents, entertainers, and athletes. Being a person of influence however, does not require having a high-profile occupation. People of influence also include parents, teachers, coaches, and friends. The authors state that, in the broadest sense, anyone whose life connects with other people is an influencer. We all are influenced and we all influence others. In Becoming a Person of Influence, Maxwell and Dornan stress that this is not something that happens instantaneously but rather, occurs in stages. The four stages of influence, as outlined by the authors, are modeling, motivating, mentoring, and multiplying. One of the major potential benefits of modeling integrity, motivating others, and mentoring others is that those who are positively influenced will in turn, influence others in a positive way.