David Wray

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The difference between persuade, influence, and coerce Starting with a common understanding of persuade, influence and coerce terms helps! To persuade is to “make someone do or believe something by giving them a good reason to do it or by talking to that person and making them believe it” (Cambridge… Continue Reading…

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What are right questions? Voltaire said: “Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers”. Asking the right question is the foundation for the quality of conversation, depth of thought, problem solving ability and decisions made. But before… Continue Reading…

DisciplineLogical ThinkingSelf-ControlSkillsTipsTricks

Background What is self-control? It is the quality that allows you to stop yourself from doing something that you want to do but that might not be in your best interests to do. This quality is sometimes referred to as… Continue Reading…

ChangeLogical ThinkingSkillsTips

Logic or logical derives from the Greek word logos meaning “reason, idea, or word”.  Logical thinking is a highly sought business skill because well-formed logical thinking and reasoning produces higher quality outcomes.   Logical thinkers observe and analyze events, patterns, reactions, and feedback. Using this… Continue Reading…

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