With this year marking the 80th year of the iconic game, it seemed a fine time to round up some wisdom that communicators have accumulated while playing the board game.
'The way we communicate is incredibly predictive of our long-term levels of success,' says psychology researcher Michelle Gielan.
The smartest people hear what others are saying and encourage them to speak what they are afraid to tell.
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Advice from an Entrepreneur contributor who wasn't afraid to walk right up to John Sculley -- yes, Apple's John Sculley -- and start a friendly chat.
Words influence others and build relationships at work and personally. Language holds massive, colossal power to manifest change, whether it's good or bad.
These seemingly benign comments lead to the awful feeling that only comes when you've planted your foot firmly into your mouth.
Too many people counted out The Donald from the start, but his appeal is actually not that hard to understand.
Once you learn how to effectively negotiate, you will have more confidence in asking for what you want.
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The key to maximizing your team's productivity isn't to communicate more; it's to communicate less with better techniques.
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