What Type of Negotiator are You?

Chris Voss says understanding the person across the table is as important as having great negotiation skills. Continue reading “What Type of Negotiator are You?”…

Stop Complaining – There’s a Better Way

We complain a lot, and we all believe we have good reasons. From changes in technology to the smell of tuna sandwich in the break room, you’ll find someone with a gripe in every cubicle. But is anyone listening?  What do we really want to see come from our complaints? Continue reading “Stop Complaining – There’s a Better Way”…

When Life S*cks

Taya Micola is a therapist and author of When Life Sucks; A Therapist’s Guide to Surviving and Thriving During… Continue reading “When Life S*cks”…

What you See is What You Got

People swear they’re opposed to some sort of behavior, but they seem to do it themselves all the time. Continue reading “What you See is What You Got”…

Monkey See, Monkey Do: Persuasion Part 4

No matter how independent you think you are, you’re susceptible to what others think and do. Continue reading “Monkey See, Monkey Do: Persuasion Part 4”…

Contrast Makes You More Persuasive

It’s hard to compare groups of objects; we compare best when we have only two things to contrast. At least we think we do. Continue reading “Contrast Makes You More Persuasive”…