Category Archives: Love

Difficult & Fierce Conversations – How to make People Love and Respect You

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Difficult & Fierce Conversations – How to make People Love and Respect You “I am sorry I did not respond to you for a year.” “I hope that you are not angry at me, but I think I was right to speak out against you even though you think I don’t…

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Best Ways to Relax and Make More Sales

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Best Ways to Relax and Make More Sales Most people would agree that the more present you are at a meeting (i.e. less distracted, more available to the other person, etc.), the more likely you are to make a sale.  The converse is true; i.e. the less present or available you…

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Robin Williams – an inquiry into Purpose and Meaning

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Robin Williams – an inquiry into Purpose and Meaning  This article is not about Robin Williams’ life and death.  We may never know what he was thinking or feeling.  This article is about what is possible for us to explore – hearing about such a successful, brilliant and well loved person…

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Leadership – Love and Irony

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Why are we missing two of the most important facets of being human in any talk about leadership? Tons of books, articles, plays and movies exist on leadership.   Very few mention love and irony.  Why are 2 of the most prevalent themes in the world of human interaction missing in the…

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