#247 How to Persuade Stubborn Teens: Interview with Michael McQueen
Is it hard or easy to get your teen to change their mind? I bet it is hard. Most of our arguments with our teens stem from trying to get them to change their minds. How many of you feel like your tween or teen is stubborn?
Our guest today is an Australian gem. His specialty is how to persuade stubborn people. Teens can be the most stubborn of people. In his recently published book Mindstuck he gives us 15 persuasion tools.
Michael McQueen has spent the past two decades helping organizations and leaders win the battle for relevance. From Fortune 500 brands to government agencies and not-for-profits, Michael specializes in helping clients navigate uncertainty and stay one step ahead of change.
He is a bestselling author of ten books and is a familiar face on the international conference circuit, having shared the stage with the likes of Bill Gates, Dr. John C. Maxwell, and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. Michael has spoken to hundreds of thousands of people across five continents since 2004 and is known for his high-impact, research-rich, and entertaining conference presentations.
Having formerly been named Australia’s Keynote Speaker of the Year, Michael has been inducted into the Professional Speakers Hall of Fame. He and his family live in Sydney, Australia.
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Find out more at MINDSTUCK.NET