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Articles by Gene Griessman, Ph.D.
How to Predict Behavior Like Abraham Lincoln Did
Abraham Lincoln had an uncanny ability to predict behavior.
The Power of Extemporaneous Speaking
It's a mistake to sound too slick, too smooth, too over-rehearsed; but it's a greater mistake to sound unprepared, inept, and unprofessional.
How to Disagree With The Boss
Considerable skill is required to successfully say to someone in a power position, "I want to do it my way instead of your way."
Quit Swinging the Bat and Start Hitting the Ball
Making the contacts is swinging the bat. Selling is hitting the ball when you swing.
How Abraham Lincoln Used an Ancient Achievement Principle
You cannot fail if you resolutely determine that you will not.
Leadership: How to say it
Considerable skill is required to successfully say to someone in a power position, "I want to do it my way instead of your way."

Gene Griessman is a professional speaker, executive coach, and author of The Words Lincoln Lived By and co-author of Lincoln Speaks To Leaders: 20 Powerful Lessons From America's 16th President, with Pat Williams and Peggy Matthews Rose. Griessman's website is www.presidentlincoln.com
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