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Thursday, 14 August 2014 by

Most people don’t get what a negotiation really is. It’s not fear, power, or position. If you think it is, that’s how you will lose.

To succeed with a fast growth company, you need to be a quitter.

Talk about a hotbed of true entrepreneurial activity – I recently saw it and felt it at the Ace Hotel in New York

if you want to relax and recharge with peace of mind then you better stay “plugged in”

Loretta Lynn’s big 1974 hit “Trouble in Paradise,” opened with the lyric “I can see it and I know the signs so well.”

I call it the Whopper Strategy – tell a lie long enough and loud enough and soon enough people will accept it as fact

I am calling a “time-out” on the reading of any more articles, books, or publications on the subject of company culture. I can’t take it anymore.

California Chrome, was the perfect personification of the entrepreneurial horse until last Saturday when the horse, jockey, and owner blew it at the Belmont Stakes.

Loretta Lynn’s big 1974 hit “Trouble in Paradise,” opened with the lyric “I can see it and I know the signs so well.”

I had to laugh out loud when I saw the picture cross my screen. It was one of those motivational posters with dolphins on it and had a heading that said “Sea, Change is Easy.”

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