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It’s Written All Over Your Face, Your Crossed Arms, Tapping Foot, That Throbbing Vein In Your Neck…

“Your emotions are powerful weapons, and continuing to think that their effects are instant and minimal will only do you a disservice.” Between the frown lines on my forehead, the laugh lines around my mouth and the smattering of silver hairs on my temples, one would be correct in concluding that I am or I have … Continue reading

Right Away Lady Stapleford

“The devil may make work for idle hands, but industry stills the demons within.” A Death in the Family is a story of a young English girl named Euphemia Martins coping with the sudden death of her father and Reverand Joshia Martins and the financial struggle left behind for her mother and little brother Joe. With … Continue reading

Surviving The Game; South African Style

“The Fraternity is comprised exclusively of very wealthy, needless to say white, Afrikaans. It’s a small very tight closed group; we estimate that there are no more than ten or so core members. Between them they have controlling interests in pretty well every heavy industrial group in South Africa, and through their broader network of … Continue reading

Relationship Between Business and Technology is Strong, but it is Still About the People

SUMMARY Supercharge the way you build business relationships–online and off!Business success is all about connections, relationships, and networks! In “New Business Networking,” Dave Delaney shows how to combine proven offline business networking techniques with the newest social media–and make them both far more effective. Drawing on nearly 20 years of experience building great online and … Continue reading

You are Cordially Invited to Saddam Hussein’s Republican Palace; R.S.V.P BYOB ( Mateus Rose is Preferred)

National tyrants, civil oppressors, political strongmen, and benevolent despots, normally not the type of the guests you would welcome to the dinner table, but all in a days work for an international negotiator like Gov. Bill Richardson. With the global expansion of the marketplace in full-force, one of the more prominent fundamental principles I learned … Continue reading

Curiosity May Have Killed the Cat, But it Kept Innovation Alive

“It is critical to learn how to listen for what is not being said.” SUMMARY – Success is all about connections. Debra Kaye explodes conventional thinking about innovation and provides an approach that anyone or any business can use to expose the crucial links among observations, experiences, facts, and feelings that on the surface do … Continue reading

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