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How The Most Successful People Turn Down Extra Work

When you're dating, one of the most uncomfortable conversations is when you have to break it off. Inevitably, there’s a period of awkwardness where you're fumbling for the right words: "It’s not you, it’s me," "It’s not the right time," "I’m just
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Don’t Forget That the People You’re Competing Against Just May Be Your Next Hires

According to Moody’s, 71 percent of corporate respondents and 86 percent of private equity investors anticipate an increase in M&A transactions in 2017. While 2016 produced 17 percent year-over-year drop in global deal values, this year is
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How to Put People in the Right Mood

From:   By: Kevin Daum Via: RT @RobertCialdini: So many Pre-Suasion
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Was James Bond Brosnan really misled by Pan Bahar?

Pierce Brosnan’s interview to People Magazine, blaming Pan  Bahar for the controversy, came as a shocker and opened the gates of discussion in the advertising and marketing industry. Will the controversy affect the brand? And why did
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People are burning their sneakers over New Balances perceived Donald Trump endorsement

From: Mashable By Patrick Kulp Recommended by: Mashable Image: twitter, @kiemziDonald Trump's presidential win has already caused a lot of ups and downs for various major companies.But perhaps none have seen quite as visceral a
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HR Roundtable: The Two Sides of Recruiting People In Transition

The July HR Roundtable (of Cincinnati) took a risk in stepping out into a topic that is really more of a debate. The topic for the month was looking at two sides of a subject – How do people in transition view HR, and how does HR view those in
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The New Science of Single People

From:   By: Jesse Singal Via: The New Science of Single People https://t.
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Why We Absolve Successful People — and Companies — of Bad Behavior

From: Via: Why We Absolve Successful People — and Companies — of Bad Behavior prepare