The 20th of June every year is the international day of productivity. Motto: “God, please give me the power to change what I can, accept what I can’t, and the wisdom to know the difference.” What do you change when something doesn’t fit? The external reality, or territory, causes particular problems for each… Read More What I Have Learnt from Brian Tracy’s Exercise
The services market intended for the NGO segment has started to manifest itself in a way that is not negligible. In this regard, it is essential to consider communicating with specific audiences with tricky issues about which one doesn’t find blunt information, as described below. I have recently started to suggest to you what to avoid… Read More 7 Successful Questions to Ask in order to Obtain Sponsorships
I humorously remember that when I was in high school, although I didn’t know any NLP, I adored playing with modal operators. Unfortunariend of mine, those who didn’t share my enthusiasm, would always find a reply that would kill my theoretical argumentation. One day, I was explaining to someone how to go from “threat” to… Read More The Motivational Conflict
A person with a well-cared-for personal brand knows they can trust themselves and will ask for the same thing from others. The same goes for those who refer to persuasion as an art; trust that the items set at the beginning of the communication will be accomplished. A few important things should be noted here.… Read More What Does Trust Mean?
– Why do you give your phone number if you don’t answer it anyway? – For people to have the illusion that I am available and to think I am doing them a favor by giving them my personal number. But, of course, the downside is that there are some who, damn it, even call!… Read More 10 Mind Traps That Freelancing SALES Professionals Believe They Are Entitled To. Find Out Now the Truths That Will Set You Free! Part 2.
Named after research psychologist Abraham Maslow, this model has been one of the great successes in establishing specific consumer categories; subsequently, VALS I and VALS II consumer classification systems have been developed based on findings and segmentations. The model assumes that each individual has a series of levels of fundamental needs, gradually placed in ascending order starting… Read More Maslow’s Extended Pyramid
Motto: “Love can grow when you give and diminish when you keep it to yourself.” Which would be the alternatives to the unshared expectations that linger in the depth of our subconscious? First, of course, we can set contractual rules. It’s just that, when it comes to rules, it seems that those who what to… Read More 10 Rules I Suggest in order for A Love Relationship to Work
I published here the Romanian review of a book on public communication. Reading it, I have again found that public presentations are as natural to me as drinking water. Thus, I have often held public presentations as far back as high school and have attended thousands of public speeches since, enough to find my positive and… Read More How to Make a Successful Presentation 1,2,3…
Motto: “Others should praise you and not your mouth, a stranger and not your lips.” Advice nr 21, 100 orthodox bits of advice It is probably a common business practice to be asked, “for whom have you worked,” to observe the experience in the field. When you have worked on a known project, the potential… Read More Tell Me Who Recommends You So I Can Tell You How Much I Will Buy
I’m considered a rather insistent fellow. I don’t easily take “no” as a definitive response. It depends on the issue and the available time, but in most cases, I insist until I obtain the answer I wish. I noticed the main difference does not only start from my attitude but mostly from my negotiation skills.… Read More How Easily Do You Conform to “No”?