It’s important that people should know what you stand for. It’s equally important that they know what you won’t stand for.
—Mary H. Waldrip
Why do some people stand out while others never get noticed? What do you bring to the table that others will not forget? Do others see you as a problem solver? An effective collaborator? A leader, regardless of your position or title?
Self-defeating communication habits keep even the most brilliant people from winning. Your talent and skills are important, but by themselves they are insufficient. You need an edge: a strategic mindset and method for communicating that gives you the power to conquer every challenging circumstance you face. One ...