How to Start an Argument – Jed Jurchenko

 

In college, I heard of a teacher who would pass out a bulletin entitled, How to Fail this Class. His hope was that students would read it, learn to identify common traps, and do the opposite. I hope that you will use this post in a similar manner. All of the items are commonsense. Yet, people continue to fall into these traps daily. I have been guilty of doing a few of them myself, and I bet you have too. If you have been around an excessive amount of disagreements this week, you can use this list to make sure you are not a part of the problem.

Here are five quick and easy ways to initiate an argument:

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How Bad Was This Trip, Really? – Glenn Brooke

 

Not long ago I traveled from Des Moines, Iowa to Wilmington, Delaware.

On my way to the dentist that morning for a routine cleaning I received a phone call that my flight was moved up. I changed my dentist appointment, zipped down to the airport, and was told my flight was now delayed by an hour.

The flight attendant accidentally spilled a Coke on me when we hit turbulence. Nice big stain on my dress shirt. The baby near me cried inconsolably most of the flight to Atlanta. The guy in front of me dropped his seat back all the way, leaving me almost no room to write in my notebook.

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How To Start A Small Business From Scratch

 

I have had to personally go through the process of launching businesses. I had so many takeaways from starting my own business and I want to take the time to share them with you here, so you don’t have to go through the same frustrations and headaches that I endured along the way.
 
You can and will efficiently launch your own small business when you apply these eight steps:

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