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How To Get Work Done Without Stretching Yourself Thin – Pick Dave’s Brain

Could you pass the insanity test? This week’s question comes from David in Salem, West Virginia. He asks: I’m following your time management training program, yet often I find I’m putting appointments on my calendar and then not completing them—
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Four Desperate Networkers

Desperation is not referable.When peopledemonstrate certain behaviors as part of their networking efforts, it’s a tell-take sign of desperation.Here are four types of behaviors that desperate networkers exhibit:The Card Dealer.This is probably the
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Come on India, the time is now

  It was the best of times, it was the worst of times” was the phrase coined by a famous author that enthralled us when we were studying English literature. Suddenly, we find this to be an apt description for the phase we are passing
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Primacy of health

 Enough has been discussed about India on the cusp of economic transformation and “demographic dividend” being an advantage.While a high proportion of young population in the demographic mix has the potential to boost productivity and spur
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Is it okay to manipulate people’s preferences?

The extraordinary power of the spoken or written word, to persuade, is undisputed. Leaders routinely rely upon them to convince stakeholders to adopt the preferred direction or option. But rarely do they use the principles of Behavioural Economics