10. Suzanne Gluck: “I'm a Person Who Can Convince Other People to Do Things”
36:11 | Dec 26th, 2020
She might not be a household name, but Suzanne Gluck is one of the most powerful people in the book industry. Her slush pile is a key entry point to the biggest publishers in the U.S., and the authors...Show More
lesly recommended:Jan 14th
Suzanne is an absolute powerhouse of a persuader! Get her as your literary agent or get out of her way.
mm recommended:Jan 12th
The story of how Freakonomics almost never happened but it did because of one heck of a powerful woman who can negotiate you to the moon and back. 💪💪💪
yesitsamerica recommended:Jan 5th
Listening to Suzanne and her negotiation techniques that are tailored and have no template is an interesting POV. 🧐 Also, she mentions something very important: “choose a role that matches your strengths”... there are many things that we could be doing and it better be in something we can grow and...Show More
dee.ngyn recommended:Jan 3rd
Really cool to see the perspective of a highly persuasive negotiator. The more I listen, the more I want to know Suzanna and her understanding of power and power dynamics
aliceko recommended:Jan 2nd
Loved this interview between Freakonomics author Steve Legitt and his literary agent, Suzanne Gluck. What he said about introducing his daughters to Suzanne was so sweet. Another small, yet powerful woman to know. I love this term: "intuitive negotiation" and "emotional influencer"! (P.S. I think em...Show More
write2tg recommended:Dec 30th, 2020
It is always interesting to hear from “connectors” who can introduce two people who don’t think they like each other or can work with each other and yet get a bestseller out of them! Absolutely loved Suzanne’s insights about negotiation, power and ambition in women.
danny recommended:Dec 27th, 2020
The lady behind the freakonomics duo! Cool story of how Levett + Dubner duo came together.