This post was first published in Industry Week We all have it drummed into us from an early age, the importance of being “nice:” “Play nice with your brother” (as he and I fought over the Lego) “Sit at the table nicely” (as I fidgeted during a...
People sometimes have to make others wrong to be right. They do it not to be rude, not to be mean, not to be hateful but because they fear their own bad feelings. Simply put, when we think we’re right we feel good, and when we’re wrong we feel bad.
Last week I wrote about the scourge of the filler word. Those ums, ahs, you know, ‘like’ that creep into our conversation and take away from our communication effectiveness. As promised, here are 5 steps to breaking the habit.
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