How to Super-Charge Your Power of Persuasion

In the last two weeks we went from what not to be caught red-handed (lipped) saying, to what star power phrases to use in business. This week we end off lingo trilogy with persuasive tactics that don’t actually involve actual lingo, but the semantics and environment to set up the ‘close.’ A close, in a sales…

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How to Amp up Your Business Lingo Game

This week we open the kimono, peel back the layers of the onion, and have a value-added discussion about lingo. (ok, I think I need to kick my own ass now.) Enough about douchey buzzwords. If you’re interested, I wrote in excess of 3000 words on this last week. You can find it here. Related article: The…

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The Douchey-est BuzzWords in Business Today

This week I launch another multi-part series. This time, it’s about lingo…Lingo that is powerful in persuading your audience to your way of thinking. Lingo that is trendy, douchey, and definitely will not stand the test of time. In another 50 years, it is possible that we will not hear of many of these phrases.…

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The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Eating Well When Travelling

Guide to Eating Well When Travelling

Here we go. Continuing on with last week’s 5 More Travel Secrets that will Help you Live Long and Prosper. This is the third post of my three-part travel series. I mentioned that the last, and perhaps most important element to ‘living long and prospering,’ especially on the road is what you eat. Yep. What you put in…

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5 More Travel Secrets that will Help You Live Long and Prosper

Last week I wrote about the trials and tribulations as a traveling consultant, particularly the commute. If you missed last week’s post, you can find it here: 5 Travel Secrets that will Impress Your Friends. As mentioned, I was inspired by my teammates who are rookies in independent consulting. They took care of their own…

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