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How to approach people as a photographer

Since I’ve started working on my project called ‘The room with the view’ I keep learning new things and skills. And it’s been a bumpy road so far. 707 more words

Think Like a One Percenter

You all know I’m on a journey to affluence, as I like to call it.  On this journey I’m learning just how much my upbringing has programmed me to believe that financial wellbeing is the result of hard work.  574 more words

Thought Awareness

What is the One Skill that Makes People Great Networkers?

Kevin Willett explains how great listeners make great networkers.

I get asked this question all the time and the answer is simple, great networkers are great listeners. 242 more words

Business Networking Tips

Why you should start your own business now, and 3 smarts ways to Launch.

3 ways to a Smart Biz Launch.

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How to solve problems is an art.  Doing business is about solving a myriad of problems providing solutions to a diverse group of clients or customers. 1,165 more words

Born4rThis

Anticipation = preparation

This week Attorney at Work re-published a “classic” (i.e. 2012) post by Gerry Riskin on “Five Things Lawyers Hate to Hear Clients Say.”  This post lays out some predictable, potentially recurring situations where communication is sensitive and can easily go awry. 308 more words

People Skills

The 20 People Skills You Need To Succeed At Work

  1. The ability to relate to others

    “Having the ability to relate to others and their position or viewpoint is crucial in business,” Hockett says. “By having a well-rounded personality and set of experiences, it’s usually possible to relate to almost anyone.” Sometimes being able to relate to others simply means that you’re willing to agree to disagree with mutual respect; letting them know you understand their position.

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Friday's Big Eight # 4: Relationships

The story of an oyster cultivating a pearl is a great analogy for persons developing relationships.  With the oyster, an intruding or irritating grain of sand is covered by layers of a mineral substance called mother of pearl until a beautiful gem is produced.  295 more words

Leadership