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  • Conversation Killers: How to Ruin a Networking Opportunity

      Mastering “small talk” is key to networking and relationship development – it enables you to effectively establish rapport, command the attention of others, and boosts your self-confidence in conversational situations. How well you’re able to communicate can make or break a networking opportunity. A while back, I interviewed Debra Fine on the Career Success Radio Show. Debra is the

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  • Eight Tips for Maximizing Your Value as a Business Professional

        Zig Ziglar, one of my all time favorite motivational speakers and a great source of inspiration, was one of the first people I remember who used the term “Sharpening the Saw” to refer to keeping your COMPETITIVE EDGE sharp and mastering the process of LIFELONG LEARNING and professional development. Today, more than ever, it is critical that we continue to

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  • Choose Optimism

      Choose optimism. It builds your confidence. Focus on the positive. Believe that today will be better than yesterday and that tomorrow will be better yet. Instill this attitude in your team. LOOK for the good; expect and see the good in others. People are attracted to positive-minded people who display confidence that challenges can be overcome, problems can be solved, results can be achieved and

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  • Are You Memorable? Use the Rule of Three and Find Out

      Whether you’re giving a presentation, telling a story, submitting a proposal or selling your services — keep in mind the “Rule of Three.” Have you ever noticed the pattern of “3” in many of our traditional childhood stories — three blind mice, the three stooges, the three little pigs, Goldilocks’ three bears, three wishes …. the list goes on and

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  • A Failed Opportunity and A Learning Lesson … Is Your Message Clear?

    “It is still not enough for language to have clarity and content… it must also have a goal and an imperative. Otherwise from language we descend to chatter, from chatter to babble and from babble to confusion.” Rene Daumal When people ask you what you do for a living, what is it that you tell them? Do they understand it well enough

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