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What I Learnt Working With Strong Women

What I Learnt Working With Strong Women

Please do not let the title of this article misguide you, all women are strong. While not talking strictly about physical strength, there are several qualities that almost every woman has: multitasking abilities, unbelievable organisation, and attention to detail, are...

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Ego is not a dirty word

Ego is not a dirty word

The Skyhooks’ 1975 album Ego Is Not a Dirty Word. Image Discogs By Jon Michail If I did not have an ego I would not be here tonight If I did not have an ego I might not think that I was right If you did not have an ego you might not care the way you dressed If you did...

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The Battle Of The Political Brands and Their Endorsements

Political Brands: And Their Endorsements With the final weeks of the 2016 American Presidential Election here, the two biggest political brands we've ever seen have been established. The Trump v. Clinton election has been less about policies and ideas and more about...

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Executive success and coaching

  As a senior executive, how do you continue to increase your business knowledge and skills base? How do you keep up with the latest developments in your industry? You are doubtless aware of how vitally important the acquisition of knowledge is, but how do you...

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What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Sport Stars

As a business person, what will you, be doing two decades from now? Will you be a star entrepreneur in your industry? Will your business have become a top contender? Strange as it may seem, if you start thinking like a sports star, you may become one of the elite....

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How NOT to Look Like a Leader – You Decide

President Barack Obama has many important issues at hand and it seems his choice of a tan suit last week during a press conference was the least of his problems, even if it was the wrong choice. The real challenges he faces in Iraq, Syria and Ukraine are beyond the...

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Speak Like A Real Leader

By Jon-Michail Sometimes public speakers can be incredibly embarrassing. Now and then they’re so bad we writhe in our seats and share their pain. The most mind-numbingly inadequate force us to count their clichés, like ‘at this point in time’ and ‘at the end of the...

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Image Group International – In the news

Doodled signatures leave a poor mark: Lessons from US Treasury secretary-designate Lew’s poor penmanship By Patrick Stafford | 11 January, 2013 With smartphones and tablets now the default communication tools of the day, many entrepreneurs don’t think about whether...

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