What to Look for in Debate #3. Why should you watch?

Years and years ago I interviewed a “car salesman” for a sales job in another profession.  I remember his hesitation to leave his profession of selling cars.  It was way before the Internet. Even then rarely did anyone pay the full...
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What You Can Learn from Joe Biden’s World of Gaffe

A gaffe is defined as an unintentional act or remark causing embarrassment to its originator. Through-out Joe Biden’s 120+ years in elected office he has been hounded by gaffes. Some real, some imagined and some magnified by viral and social media....
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How Tim Ryan Found His Mojo

A week ago, a Tim Ryan supporter asked me a question. “If”, he asked, “I can get your suggestions to Tim, what would you suggest he do to improve?” This question was posed while the second night of the second...
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How You Can Overcome Meeting Bloat

One thing I love about reading the Sunday New York Times is what I stumble upon while reading the article I intended to read. A few Sundays ago I was reading an article titled, The Nazi’s Killer Her Father and...
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To a Former Labor Secretary Communication Matters

This week embattled then-Labor Secretary Alex Acosta gave a press conference. Immediately lawyers stepped in to denounce all of the legal errors in the monolithic and monotone press conference. I don’t know about his claims from a legal standpoint.  I...
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