Category Archives: 2004 Linda Talley Articles

The Grinch Asks Why?

Every year at this time, my friend, Ben, who is in retail stationary, turns into the Grinch. Not that he’s trying to steal Christmas—he just wants it to go away. This year I asked him why he was so “grinchy” … Continue reading

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Is Someone Losing Interest in the Conversation?

There are certain things people will do subconsciously to let you know that they have lost interest in the conversation. They usually won’t tell you because most people don’t like to be abrasive or rude so they let their body … Continue reading

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What Keeps Teams on Track

Teams are milestone driven rather than schedule driven. Therefore, the leader must have a clear idea of how to keep his/her team on track. Without clear guidelines, projects can get side-tracked and de-railed. Here’s how to keep your team on … Continue reading

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Generation Y Wants the Experience

Generation Y, born 1977-1997, is constantly looking for the experience—not only with themselves but also with others! If you want to play, work, create with these folks, be willing to start experiencing things—together! A friend of mine, Generation Y, told … Continue reading

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First Impressions Mean A Lot!

Some people don’t believe this and they may be right. Some of us don’t judge people on how they look. I believe most of us are pretty judgmental and therefore, do judge people on their clothes, their speech, their walk … Continue reading

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