How To Persuade Americans, Germans, Spaniards, and Chinese

When asked to do something, Americans ask what’s in it for them. Germans ask if the request complies with rules and regulations. Spaniards consider whether or not the person asking the favor is a friend. And Chinese consider the status and connections of the requester.

– Yeh’s summary of this interesting multi-cultural perspective on persuasion.

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