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Never Be Defensive. It’s Not to Your Benefit.

It’s a fact of life. Sooner or later, someone is going to accuse you of something, or confront you about an issue, or say something mean that’s intended to hurt you, or make an unflattering comment about you. And when they do, your natural instinct will be (and this is true of all of us)  […]

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If You Want to Win More Arguments, Learn How to Logically Construct Them

Virtually every day of your life, you’re going to be engaged in an argument with someone. Note: I’m not talking about arguments in the sense of being angry and yelling at someone. I’m talking about arguments in the classic sense where you’re trying to influence someone to agree with you and you’re doing that by […]

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Always End Things Well Because How Things End Is How They’re Remembered

While most of us like to focus on the beginning of things (the start of a new day, the first date, the first kiss, the start of a business, the beginning of a conversation with someone, the first day of a new job, the first day of school, the start of a vacation, etc.), the […]

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