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Principle vs Application approach to persuasion across cultures.

    “in someone’s shoes” Also, in some one else’s shoes; in someone’s place or stead . Acting for another person or experiencing something as another person might; in another’s position or situation. For example, If you were in my shoes, would

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Showing that you care in English – a medical week

Finally, a cup of coffee and time to catch up with the paperwork in the office! It’s been a rollercoaster of a fortnight. But now I have a chance to reflect and share some moments with you. Recently I have

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“Do more, feel better, live longer” – GSK. Thinking Differently …..

“Life is rarely just about what happens to you. It’s how you respond that makes the difference” Paul McGee Here we are again at the end of another exciting week. It’s finally Halloween, so more children and adults wandering around

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Confidence Building as Part of a Team

“One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self-confidence is preparation”. Arthur Ashe It’s been a very busy couple of weeks since my return to Tokyo. Many clients to catch up with and many issues to resolve,

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Mood Management

We all have moods all of the time. They take over people’s lives, destroy relationships, and cause a breakdown in teams. Moods are an internal measure of how we are and we express them in the way we think, communicate

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