Know When Enough is Enough in Public Speaking

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February 5, 2013
Know When Enough is Enough in Public Speaking

Tweet George Horace Lorimer, when editor of the Saturday Evening Post, once told Dale Carnegie that he always stopped a series of articles in the Post when they were at the height of their popularity, and people were clamoring for more. Why stop then? Why then of all times? “Because,” said Mr. Lorimer, “the...
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How to Become a Top Salesperson in 2013

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January 29, 2013
How to Become a Top Salesperson in 2013

Tweet Top salespeople that have trained with Dale Carnegie Training all have one thing in common: They have taken the time to sit down and create a clear blueprint for themselves and their future lives. Even if a little skepticism creeps into the process of goal setting and personal strategic planning, as is natural,...
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6 Strategies to “Declutter” Your Career

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January 22, 2013
6 Strategies to “Declutter” Your Career

Tweet We all have those resolutions. We make them at midnight every New Year’s Eve. And we truly look forward to keeping every single one of them. By February, many of us have long forgotten the promises of the New Year as we fall back to normalcy with the same old, same old. Across...
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Tips for Adjusting to Change

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January 16, 2013

Tweet Considering the ever-accelerating rate of change in today’s workplace, there may be no more important skill than the...
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The Facts of Employee Engagement

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January 8, 2013

Tweet As part of Dale Carnegie Training’s Centennial Celebration, Dale Carnegie partnered with MSW Research to conduct a study...
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9 Things to Do After the Sale is Made

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January 3, 2013

Tweet Once you have gained new customers, you will have to manage their expectations in order to keep them...
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Mistakes Mean Opportunity

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December 26, 2012

Tweet Common sense is many cases is never common. We all wish we had bigger doses of it when...
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