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The definitive guide to spreading ideas, building movements, working smarter, and getting ahead in our chaotic, connected age. Get the book New York Times columnist David Brooks calls “the best window I’ve seen into this new world.”
Why do some leap ahead while others fall behind in our chaotic, connected age? In New Power, Jeremy Heimans and Henry Timms confront the biggest stories of our time–the rise of mega-platforms like Facebook and Uber; the out-of-nowhere victories of Obama and Trump; the unexpected emergence of movements like #MeToo–and reveal what’s really behind them: the rise of “new power.”
New power is the essential skill of the 21st century, and if you understand it, it could change your life and your career.
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If you want to understand how the world is changing, what’s really happening and how we can all find our way, this book could not be coming at a better time.
New Power is a tour-de-force by two of the great mobilizers of the First Global generation.
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If you do not understand new power, you will not fare well in the new networked world of the 21st century. It’s that simple.