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Communication: Gotcha Questions

Gotcha Questions are tough, because the goal is to make you anxious, flustered, embarrassed, guilty or angry. Gotcha questions often begin with “Why” or “How come,” and they account for about 45 percent of questions people ask, such as “I … Continue reading

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Cosmic Hints

I  used to believe in something I called Cosmic Hints. Big signals from the universe about what I should or shouldn’t do, did or didn’t want. I believed the universe was looking out for me, particularly , and putting symbols … Continue reading

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Asking the Right Questions

When seeking information, search for answers that lead to action instead of explanation Instead of asking “why” when you don’t get the results you want, lead with “how” so you can unlock your next steps. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks … Continue reading

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