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Pat Heydlauff

Gut Feelings, Not Emotions, Rule Communications Today

By Pat Heydlauff Communications are becoming exponentially more complex and instantaneous with each passing day. In fact, information about an event such as an Olympic Gold Medal win in London reaches Beijing, Los Angeles, Sydney, Miami and Branson, Missouri simultaneously. There is zero time delay between continents as the information, good and bad, swiftly passes […]

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Jeff Beals

The Rule of Thirds: How to Truly Listen

By Jeff Beals “Let a fool hold his tongue and he will pass for a sage,” wrote Publilius Syrus more than 2,000 years ago in ancient Rome. Such wise advice from ages ago has never been more relevant. In the modern professional world, we are suffering from a listening crisis. Actually, it’s a “lack-of-listening” crisis. […]

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Pat Heydlauff

How to Communicate Your Business Objectives

By Pat Heydlauff According to Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, “Great leaders are great communicators. It’s not a matter of memorizing and repeating the right words, but of developing the ability to speak directly to other people’s spirits.” He believes that money does not go to businesses with the best products or […]