No Point in Apologizing if You Can’t Admit You’re Wrong

Do you find it difficult to apologize when you’ve done something that hurts or offends someone? It isn’t easy to admit when you’re wrong. But you risk damaging your reputation and relationships if you don’t offer a sincere apology.

Hillary Clinton learned this the hard way when the media and public didn’t buy that she

Brush Up on Your Small Talk if You Want to Land That Dream Job

Communication skills and the ability to engage in “small talk” is the #1 asset for job candidates according to a survey conducted by BloombergBusiness. That’s also sound advice for working executives and those who want to advance in their organizations.

Small Talk is an Ice Breaker

The next two most important assets cited in the

How to Get Your Audience Begging for More

You stand there stunned. The audience is on its feet begging for more at the end of your presentation. There is wild applause. People are rushing up to congratulate you.

Then you wake up from the dream. Could this have actually happened after your last presentation? Yes, if you had injected your talk with energy

You Mean You’re Not Perfect? Join the Crowd

Stan Smith

Why do we always feel we need to be perfect? It’s so unrealistic. We know that, but there’s always something about ourselves that we feel detracts from our appearance and diminishes our authority.

Maybe you feel that way, because you’ve gained a few extra pounds, or are height-challenged (a euphemism for