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Customers scratching their heads in confusion over why you’ve contacted them aren’t in need of yet another lost-in-the woods sales presentation. Instead of dazing them with directionless conversation give them a compass -- clear, concise language that drives your points home. Direct, confident language can convey your ideas and value with conviction. This means the difference between a persuasive point that brings in the order and one that limply falls flat.
 
Warren Buffett is one of the richest men in the world. His company, Berkshire Hathaway, owns or has a stake in over 70 businesses such as Coca Cola, IBM, and American Express. But this is no ordinary billionaire. He's giving 99 percent of his wealth to charity and he thinks rich people should pay higher taxes. Special section: "Person to Person" "Person to Person" take you to where Buffett's mega deals are done. His private office in Omaha, Neb., is as unconventional as the man himself.
 
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Nov 17, 2011 04:34 PM
GAIN THE COMPETITIVE EDGE IN BUSINESS WITH TWO NEW RELEASES FROM DALE CARNEGIE TRAINING® THE 5 ESSENTIAL PEOPLE SKILLS: How to Assert Yourself, Listen to Others, and Resolve Conflicts LEADERSHIP MASTERY: How to Challenge Yourself and Others to Greatness
 
DALE CARNEGIE TRAINING RELEASES “SEGREDOS DE SUCESSO” IN HONOR OF 50th ANNIVERSARY IN BRAZIL Portuguese Smartphone Application Tops iTunes Business List Brazil (August 22, 2011) – In celebration of Dale Carnegie Training’s®, 50th anniversary in Brazil, the international leader in performance improvement and workplace training is excited to release their lauded smartphone application “Segredos de Sucesso” (Secrets of Success) in Portuguese. Available for download online on iTunes for the iPhon​
 
How to Get Past a Career Rut By Jill Krasny NEW YORK (MainStreet) — Stay in the real world long enough and you’re bound to get burned out.Longer work-weeks, toxic co-workers, poor managers and bleak prospects for advancing one’s career can be a recipe for a Catch-22, where you long to quit your job, but feel pressured to hold on to it out of fear of becomingunemployed and not being able to make ends meet. But while it’s easy to blame the recession for these issues, experts say the real reason yo
 
WorkZone: Dealing with bad managers who don't respect employees Sunday, July 17, 2011 By Lena Kinney, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette In the new movie "Horrible Bosses," three frustrated employees have bosses so bad that they make a pact to kill them. While that approach might work, there are less extreme methods for dealing with the typical horrible boss. Peter Handal, CEO of Dale Carnegie Training, has a few tips to help employees tolerate a tyrant. The first would be to try to grin and bear it. If
 
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May 31, 2011 05:31 PM
Workplace Training Leader follows up “Secrets of Success” with “Personal Leadership”.
 
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