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Archive for October 2014


BY WILLIAM SKAGGS For many years scientists believed that you were born with all the neurons you would ever get. The evidence for this dogma seemed strong: neuroanatomists in the early 20th century had identified immature neurons under the microscope but only in the brains of mammalian […]

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First Impression, Lasting Impression


By Becky Rupiper-Greene Is a first glance keeping you from getting a second chance? It’s no secret that first impressions can form lasting opinions. Research consistently reveals that favorable first impressions and a polished image can serve as competitive tools. It also indicates that many are sabotaging […]

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Why Meetings Fail

By Rowena Crosbie “If you had to identify, in one word, the reason why the human race has not achieved, and never will achieve, its full potential, that word would be meetings.” From Sixteen Things That It Took Me 50 Years To Learn by Dave Barry We’ve […]

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Ten Toasting Tips


By Deborah Rinner Godwin 1. Be brief. Less can be more in a business toast. Keep it at sixty seconds. Choose your thoughts and words carefully to express your intention well. In doubt about what to say? Toasting to longevity, health, or prosperity of a person or […]

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