Eye for eye. And 10 more Donald trump business rules
Before being elected President of the United States, Donald trump was just a very famous billionaire who made a name and fortune in real estate. To be precise, he did…

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10 most useful morning habits
This article focuses on 10 morning techniques that will simplify your life and increase productivity if you make them your useful habits. Get up early Those who get up early…

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How to stay productive under severe stress
We usually talk about how to increase personal efficiency by combining the routine of private life with work. But, unfortunately, each of us is faced with situations that go beyond…

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How to make an unforgettable first impression

In order to make a first impression on the interlocutor, you need a strong handshake, acceptable appearance and eye contact. These are basic principles, and you probably know them. All this is true, but not enough.

If you want to be remembered by the interlocutor after the first short contact, you should think not only about how to look, but also what to say and how to say it. Here are some tips from Annette Grand, who has spent several decades teaching American businessmen how to behave in public.

Go to the individual
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Bird-talker or how to shut up a talker

There are people who could earn a million a day, getting a ruble for every word spoken. They are difficult, loud, and uncomfortable. We learn to talk to chatterers and keep quiet in the office.

This article will be useful to anyone who appreciates hearing hygiene in the workplace

Why do people talk
Often a chatterbox is a choleric who needs to share his feelings and thoughts with colleagues. It’s hard to stay calm when you’re overwhelmed from the inside. Therefore, their speeches are emotional and long. Continue reading

Why do managers yell at their subordinates

Today the boss is courteous, polite and seems to be happy with everything, and tomorrow he shakes the walls with angry tirades. Scientists have explained why the chief’s office may resemble a minefield.

Managers who want to behave ethically towards their subordinates often become hostages of moral licensing-a phenomenon in which a person who has been strictly observing rules and regulations for some time decides that he has been “good” enough and can afford to break these rules. How this mechanism starts and works, researchers from the University of Michigan (USA) explained in an article published in the Journal of Applied Psychology. Continue reading

The power of our habits
In his book, the American journalist Charles Duhigg comprehensively explores the topic of habits. His book is good for this diverse approach-habits are considered not only from the point of…

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10 important career questions that are useful to answer before the start of the New year
According to the great author Bernard Marr, honest and thoughtful answers to these simple questions will help you understand your own goals and pump your career in the coming year.…

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The placebo effect in business: how to use and avoid getting caught
Placebo-suggestion based on experience and imagination-works well in business. If the problem is not solved by conventional methods, only the "magic pill"can help. In evidence-based medicine, the placebo effect is…

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The power of our habits
In his book, the American journalist Charles Duhigg comprehensively explores the topic of habits. His book is good for this diverse approach-habits are considered not only from the point of…

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