By George Rodriguez, VP of Operations, IDS Solar Technologies Inc. The old adage is catch a man a fish you feed him for a day, but teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. In Evernote Essentials Brett Kelly not only teaches us how to fish in an ocean of information, but
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By Paul Glynn, Director of Sandler Sales Training (West M25). My own book club recently met to discuss Mindwise: How we Understand What Others Think, Believe, Feel and Want by Nicholas Epley. We had a great discussion, using the starter question template from My Business Book Club, with some of the most prominent points being as follows:
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Not sure how to start your book club discussions? Break the ice with the following general questions, useful for any book: 1. What didn’t you like about the book? 2. What did you like about the book?