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The Psychology of Influence

by Peter Sullivan Imagine a situation where you could more accurately read a decision maker’s mind, gain an insight into where they are in the decision and know when they are ready to make a commitment. What would it be like if you could predict when a decision maker is

Take Time to make Time

By Jan Bryant I recently heard a song I liked called “If I Only Had Time”.  It made me think how often we hear, or say, those few words.  I was also reminded that the concept of time is extremely ambiguous.  It shouldn’t be.  We all know the scientific facts

Smart Mentoring

by Glenda May “If all the great athletes need a coach, why don’t I?” What exactly is coaching?  And how does it differ from mentoring?  Although the arts of mentoring and coaching have been developed over many centuries, there are no formally agreed definitions. Pursuing the athletics metaphor, one helpful