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Tensions Rise As Group Text Enters 4th Week Of Brunch Negotiations

RICHMOND, Va. – Tensions within a local group text rose precipitously this afternoon following three weeks of failed negotiations for weekend brunch. The text conversation, named “Lit Fam,” includes close college friends Brad, Courtney, and Justin, and secondary participants Megan, Justin’s girlfriend, and Katie, who used to hook up with Brad and is kind of annoying. 433 more words


“Rambling is a tell-tale sign that a speaker is attempting to bend reality with words.”

~ WT





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local populus might appreciate some gentler thinking than

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How to Ask for a Raise the Right Way

“Everything is negotiable. Whether or not the negotiation is easy is another thing.” – Carrie Fisher  

If you’ve been with your current employer for a while, it may be time to think about asking for a raise. 391 more words

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Research: When You Don’t Have an Alternative in a Negotiation, Try Imagining One

(Source: hbr.org)

Earlier research has found that alternatives not only make negotiators feel more powerful, they can also serve as high or low reference points, helping to frame the negotiation. 1,103 more words

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Trust/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

On April 18, 2018 Dana Milbank wrote an op-ed on the flip-flops of President Trump. In this piece, Mr. Milbank discusses Ambassador Nikki Haley’s repudiation by White House staff on her assurance that Russia was to be subjected to additional sanctions. 156 more words

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