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Convincing vs. Compelling: It’s not just what you say, but how...

I was recently interviewed along with my colleague and good friend, Sandler Training expert, Marcus Cauchi, for an episode of Selling Power titled: “The...

How to repair a relationship at work or at home

Do you have any relationships at work or at home that are in need of repair and conflict resolution? If so, is the reason you...

10 tips to improve your follow-through at work

follow-through (noun):  The completion of a motion, as in the stroke of a tennis racket. The portion of such a motion after the ball...

Pop Quiz: How well do you communicate in meetings?

The biggest threat to the human workforce and the future of work by humans is just around the corner and picking up speed faster...

In the automation age, bring results, not excuses

This is not meant to make anyone who has been pushed out by automation technology feel worse about their situation. It is meant to say...

Feeling like a tech poseur? How to beat Impostor Syndrome

There are many different ways to learn how to code, each with varying opinions of the “right” way to do it. Are you a stronger...

Think you can’t learn new tricks? Think again: Lessons from a...

Do you view yourself as an old dog who can’t learn new tricks? Here is what I discovered about learning new skills from someone...

Get where the hiring manager is coming from and get hired

As much pressure as you feel being out of work —and I’m not minimizing how rough that is—there is much pressure on the hiring...

When depression is a family affair

For many people, especially men between the ages of 40 to 65, being out of work is not only depressing, but it is also...

Could Oprah’s life-changing event change your life?

Oprah 1.0 In the early 1980’s when Oprah Winfrey first came on the scene as a talk show host, like other shows such as Donahue...

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