Momentary expressions of emotion, no matter how harsh, can be forgiven and forgotten; after the storm the business can get right back on track.
Source: "The Attention Deficit Workplace" by Mitch Thrower
Contributed by: Mitch
We shouldn’t let our emotions stand in the way of resolving differences.
In a work environment, conflict shines a negative reflection on you and your pitch.
People pay attention to, and prefer to work with, people who get along.
Whenever you send or reply to an email, always change or update the subject line.
In any attention-deficit environment, we witness experiences condensed into sound bites.
Try thinking of your memory as a digital videotape that has been running in your mind since birth.
What others remember about our behavior is often edited. What we remember about ourselves and others is similarly self-edited.
When you are requesting money from someone, ask for their thoughts on how to make your business successful.
The easiest way to get a venture capitalist out of his bunker is to ask for help on a project, not ask for money.
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