Chances are that you know how to drive, but cannot fix the engine. Eighty-five years ago, however, the answer would have been different. Motoring enthusiasts back in the 1930's and 1940's had to know the basics of automotive repair and troubleshooting, as the "newfangled" cars often broke down, needed constant [More]
It's always frustrating when after much hard work, you hit an obstacle: you're not sure of the next step, a key person doesn't buy in, or you forgot to book a key piece of equipment. When this happens, you (and your team) often become demotivated, and progress usually stalls. You're [More]
Clients, prospects, friends, family, co-workers, your manager, and recruiters: It's easy to assume that everyone thinks precisely like you do. But they don't. They each have their own experience, education, training. We know this instinctively, yet still we make mistakes based on this premise. Then during a presentation, in an [More]
The harder you work, the greater your rewards. These words are pounded into our brains from an early age - but are they true? Unfortunately, our rewards are determined not just by how hard we work, but also by those we work with, and especially those we report to. If [More]
Networking is probably the most important skill you can learn. It is a prerequisite for professional success, meet new friends - and even meet your spouse. Yet strangely, this key skill is rarely taught in school. We all seem to learn by happenstance. At its core, networking is actually very [More]
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