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How to Sell Yourself

The opening sentence of our pitch is our most important. And too many of us are getting it wrong.

How to Win Over Dissatisfied Customers

Some people aren't nice when they don't love your product. But you can change them. All you need is a little psychology.

Need to Make A Change? Do It Immediately!

Timing will determine your future. Change now, or be forced to do it later.

You're Not Approachable Enough. Let's Fix That.

Potential clients can't hire you if they can't find you. Build a bridge to yourself -- and to your business.

How to Become the Person Everyone Roots For

Good things don't just happen. They happen to people who hustle for them.

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