Quick Guide to Connecting Tips

We all reflect on the past and evaluate, judge, celebrate all the things we did and didn’t do. Reflecting and maybe even evaluating are great. Skip the judgment and go

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When Small Talk Doesn’t Work

Have you ever been in this situation when small talk doesn’t work… An acquaintance that you haven’t seen in awhile smiles and approaches you. In less than 60 seconds you’ve

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Do You Self Promote, Really?

Is it a gender thing? Article after article claims that women are not comfortable with self-promotion.  I am not convinced this is a “female” problem.  Though Sally Helgesen in her book, How Women Rise,

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Can You Make Someone Like You?

I know you’ve heard me say and write about the importance of likability. As an entrepreneur, it is a key component to building business, referrals and a strong professional reputation.

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Would You Want to Hear This TED Talk?

Hi everyone! I’d like to share that I have been procrastinating, extensively, about doing a TED Talk. Not sure if it is productive procrastination yet, but my hope is alive.

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Connection is the Link to Success

Welcome back, here is the third installment of my favorite podcast with Jordan Harbinger on the If you haven’t seen the first two posts make sure to check out

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Michelle Poses

Research Shows the Most Persuasive Thing is… Confidence

Last week I shared a little bit from my conversation with Jordan Harbinger from The Art of Charm on the topic of clarity. To me clarity is key, clarity is

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Do You Know How People See You? Get Clear.

Recently I had a great conversation with Jordan Harbinger from the Art of Charm. It was so unlike any other interview I have ever done which hit all the concepts

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Top 5 Tips to Embracing Authenticity

Have you ever gotten in your head and over analyzed a situation? I see it happen often during the job interview process. I’ll never forget one former NYU MBA student

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