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Illusionists practice the art of sleight of hand. They are able to redirect the audience’s attention to make them believe that they seemingly did something that they actually did not do. And to make the illusion more realistic, our brain is wired to accept sleight of h...

Studies and experience show the way women buy is very different than men. Whereas, men traditionally realize a need and may have a step-by-step process to reach a buying decision, women often consider many different things. Here’s a list of some of the things that wome...

Has this ever happened to you? You had a meeting with one of your team members about a work assignment and felt it was a productive conversation with all of your points articulated clearly; what you expected the other person to do and when they should complete it it. B...

Has this ever happened to you? You or one of your employees received a referral to call someone, and when you called, that person did not know you were going to call and really had no interest? Many organizations are confused as to what really is a referral. A referral...

Just last week, I was asked by a new business acquaintance to hold an early morning business meeting (atop a local hillside ridge) at 5:30am. Of course, we had to hike to the top of the mountain, where we watched the sun pull the covers back and wake up. We were at the...

Leadership styles come in many shapes and flavors. Those who use the DISC model of communication know that D and I styles tend to be more direct, sometimes operate at a faster pace and occasionally make ‘ready-fire-aim’ decisions. On the other hand, C and S style leade...

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