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Nick Cooney "Change of Heart" book signing 630pm at Ethos

From: steve e
Sent on: Monday, December 6, 2010 4:03 PM
Please join us in welcoming Nick Cooney to Orlando! He will be at Ethos Vegan Kitchen (1235 N Orange Ave, #101
Orlando, FL 32804) at 6:30 pm on Thursday the 9th of December to promote his new book "Change of Heart". Come hungry and let Ethos's incredible hearty fare warm you up! (!/event.php?eid=[masked])
About "Change of Heart:"
We all want to create a world that's more compassionate towards animals, but how do we get there? All too often our message seems to fall on deaf ears: people don't want to listen, and don't want to change. Why are people so resistant to adopting new (and more compassionate) behaviors? And how can we get them to say 'yes' to our requests that they go vegetarian, avoid fur, adopt a shelter animal, and make other animal-friendly choices?
Author Nick Cooney has sifted through over 80 years of scientific research to find the answers to these very questions. His new book, Change Of Heart: What Psychology Can Teach Us About Spreading Social Change tells the story of why people are so slow to change, and is packed with practical tips and techniques that we can use to more effectively spread our beliefs to others.
"If you want to create a better world, read this book!"
-Rory Freedman, author of New York Times bestseller Skinny Bitch
"Invaluable. This is THE manual for...creating a more just and sympathetic world."
-Ingrid Newkirk, Director of PETA
"Fresh, research-based insight into how individuals can more effectively create social change."
-Gene Baur, Director of Farm Sanctuary

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