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Walter Rakowich

Dear Friend,

I was asked in an interview with Yahoo! Finance LIVE about how our government should apply the principles from my book, Transfluence. In the brief moments we had, I provided a short answer, but as you might guess, I began to think about a longer response to the question afterward.

If we adhere to the idea that politics are a reflection of our society, then applying transformative influence in a governmental setting should be no different than how a leader might apply transfluence in life or in business.

Transfluent leaders make a positive impact on others by the consistent value-centric choices they make. We live in a world of glass houses. Political, nonprofit, and business leaders—whether they manage their public personas or not—live out these decisions and organizational conduct for all to judge.


Walter Rakowich

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Adding real value to society isn’t just an opportunity, it’s an obligation.
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Transfluence: Leading with Transformative Influence in Today's Climates of Change
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