Photo by Burst on Pexels.com Everyone has their price and getting the best deal is just a case of finding it. But what about when cash is the wrong currency? Conflict, this word usually describes quite euphemistically an argument. These often occur when two opposing perceptions collide and someone gets a punch in the face … Continue reading What’s More Valuable Than Money?
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Close-up Of Black Q&A Text On Wooden Block Q & A at the end of your presentation or speech is a vital opportunity for clarification, it enables you to engage with your audience, but all too often it is wasted. In this article, I will share how to leave your audience with clarity, understanding and an ITCH, … Continue reading Q&A and How You’re Doing It All Wrong!
A guide to developing tactical empathy So empathy is the word and everyone is trying to acquire this superpower. Truth is, you already have it and without it civilisation would never have got this far. All you need to do is get your head out of your butt! In my last article, I went into … Continue reading Being Interested Makes You Interesting