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Strategy

When some comes toward you with aggressive, blaming energy, if you respond with empathy, meeting their intensity in an authentic way, the game stops there. Try to see there behavior as a strategy  to meet their needs. What do they … Continue reading

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Combat Nerves

Preparation. I’m in nerve –racking situations on a daily basis. I negotiate with titans of industry, so I make sure to know what I’m talking about Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the … Continue reading

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Launching Your Project

Let your mission be your map: Explore (and repeatedly revisiting) our deepest motivation for lunching your project. “This keeps you on track and allows your strategy and confidence to unfold naturally.,” she says. “And don’t be afraid to say NO … Continue reading

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From the Editor

Editors say no a lot. It’s the nature of the business: We can’t possibly publish every interesting thing we come across. But remember that when an editor says no, they’re really saying, “You didn’t tell me something that fits my … Continue reading

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