Monthly Archives: January 2015

The FBI’s Top Negotiator Shares His Best Tricks For Getting What You Want

by Eric Barker, Barking Up The Wrong Tree Ever feel like the cable company or your phone service provider is charging too much? Ever feel helpless to do much about it? You’re not crazy. When you call them the customer service … Continue reading

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Pieces of the Leadership Puzzle

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The Power of Pause

“Where There are Friends, There is Wealth” – Plautas (3rd century) 12/18/2014 by Joel Have you ever felt like you had to defend yourself?  Someone knew exactly what to say to get under your armor and stick that dagger close … Continue reading

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6 Ways Pushing Past Your Comfort Zone Is Critical To Success

by Cathy Caprino As a women’s career coach and leadership developer, I’ve seen that one of the most damaging things you can do in your career is to stay for years where you’re comfortable. I’ve done it, and what often … Continue reading

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