How to Get Agreement When Egos and Agendas Collide

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Here is something that you’ve probably hit more often than you want to. You know the story…..when you’re in a room or on a conference call with lots of different people who have different egos and agendas. There are lots of politics flying around and lots of emotion and you’re thinking to yourself: “How on earth…

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Why People Are Not Convinced By Your Genuinely Brilliant Ideas

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I keep falling foul of this one. And every time I do, it’s like oooohh (head slap)… It’s so basic. But actually, I’d say, no exaggeration, probably about 98% of people make this exact same mistake. And I’ll give you a great example of exactly what happened to me a few weeks ago that shows…

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How to Master New Skills Quickly

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Real special one for you this week. So you know that your value in your career is all about how quickly you can learn skills. The more skills you have, the more valuable you are to the market, simple as that. You know people who probably don’t learn as much as they should and you’ve…

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Your United Airlines Wake-Up Call

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What a week it’s been for United Airlines. What an incredible story. What happened to United Airlines, you need to know about it, you need to think about it, because there is a lesson for all of us out of this and I guarantee that what United Airlines did wrong, you and me, we’re doing wrong…

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How to Make Difficult Decisions Quickly and Easily

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Using the “Rule of 1” to make Difficult Decisions Difficult decisions, especially the emotionally charged ones, can be difficult to make. There are often many considerations and compromises. And at the end of it all, how do you know you’ve made a good decision? So here’s a tool I use that quickly cuts through the complexity.…

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