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13/11/2018
Where Your Eyes Should Look
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Look into my eyes and I will tell you who you are. Have you ever heard that statement? Me too. Is eye contact really important in communication? Where should you look when you have a discussion with someone? Why are you afraid of keeping it? If you want to know the answers to those questions, […]

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Should You KISS or KILL?
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Do you feel tired when you’re at work and someone is telling you what seems to be never ending story? Many people in business, and in life, go into unnecessary detail. All. The Time! They don’t realise that for some people, it’s just too painful to listen all the unnecessary information. Having said that, for […]

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Conversation Failures – 8 Steps to Amend It – Part 2
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You are going to fail, if you want it or not. It is better to make yourself ready or understand why, then be surprised why it happened. Last week I’ve shared with you few ideas on how you can manage conversations so you can get better results, you will enjoy them and build proper and […]

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Conversation Failures – 8 Steps to Amend It – Part 1
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You want to close the deal, win a client or get a new job. Does it sound like a goal on your list? Sometimes you use communication to get what you want in other areas of your life but there are times when your tactics are not effective, and you are unsure why. I’m not […]

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Use Your Ears, Not Your Mouth
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Have you ever heard about those ideas worth to use when you would like to have an engaging conversation? Thinks like: you need to keep eye contact, you should nod and smile to show your interest, prepare interesting conversation topics in advance (my favourite by far) and summarise what you’ve understood to show your attention. […]

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