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Selling Skills For Everybody

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Mr. Shivaram – Founder Retail Gurukul, boutique Consulting and Training Company for retail industry in India & UAE. 100+ companies, 6000+ people in retailing… 54 more words


Surveys: Time for a major upgrade

This article was originally published by Customer Experience Magazine on February 8, 2017. It was written by Eric Pendleton, our awesome Product Training Manager. You can read the original article… 781 more words

Natural Language Understanding

Why isn't parmesan cheese a mandatory ingredient in chicken parmesan?

Chicken Parmesan requires 3 ingredients: Chicken, a tomato-based sauce, and mozzarella cheese. It’s often served without Parmesan cheese. This is silly. It should be called Chicken Mozzarella.


Asking open-ended question in interviews

Most attorneys probably understand that they should ask open-ended questions on direct examination.  During cross-examination, that is generally the time to ask leading questions.  The reality is that a job interview is much like a direct examination where open-ended questions are preferable. 529 more words

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Open-ended Questions

Open-ended Questions

Name the Allies of WW ll.

Name the three states of matter

15 x 25  equals what?

Facts. Knowledge-based questions.

Stage 1 of Blooms Taxonomy.They have one correct answer and require very little brain power. 362 more words

Don't Mistake Unpreparedness for Writer's Block: Know What to Write Before You Write

Sometimes when you sit down to write nothing comes to you. You stare at the blank screen and you can’t picture anything. Frustration builds until you shove yourself away from your desk and leave writing for later. 529 more words


9 ways to get better at small talk | Business Insider

In a recent article for Wired magazine, Kristen Berman and behavioral economist Dan Ariely share their experience hosting a dinner party with one key rule: “Absolutely no small talk.” 62 more words

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