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4 workplace personalities: Which is yours?

If a decision you made is questioned is your immediate response, "because I said so?" Do you aim to please people? Blogger and award winning business journalist Jody Glynn Patrick tells you what type of workplace personality you have in this blog.
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How to make the best (hard) decision

Being a business owner means all of the hard decisions fall to you. Blogger and award winning business journalist, Jody Glynn Patrick, outlines a decision making process to help you make the best hard decision.
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3 approaches to sharpen your leadership profile

What does leadership look like? Blogger and award winning business journalist Jody Glynn Patrick tells you in this post.
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How to kill curiosity

Blogger and award winning business journalist Jody Glynn Patrick missed an opportunity to engage a willing mind. Now, she's sharing her cautionary tale with you in hopes that you'll learn from her mistake.
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The eyes have it

Your mother always told you it isn't nice to stare. Now there may be some science to support that notion.
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The psychology of getting what you want

How do you get your way? Jedi mind tricks? Hypnosis? According to blogger Jody Glynn Patrick there's an easier way.
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Creativity: You see a horse. What do I see, and why?

No two creatives are alike. Now, there's science to support that statement.
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How to relate to “whatever” passivity

Sometimes it's easier to agree to disagree. Blogger and award winning business journalist Jody Glynn Patrick tells us why working with someone who always agrees with our ideas can actually be more frustrating than someone who never agrees with our ideas.
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The best answer to your challenge is “Yet”

It's only a three letter word but it can be the difference between success and failure. Blogger and award winning journalist Jody Glynn Patrick talks about the importance of "yet."
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