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Lay in the weeds and wait, and when you get your chance to say something, say something good.
— Merle Haggard. Singer, Poet
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Quiet Leadership

President and CEO of the Detroit Regional Chamber, Sandy Baruah, shares what he’s learned about working hard and letting your actions do the talking.

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talking The President of the United States doesn’t walk around saying how smart he is. Ok, bad example, but you get the idea. When you work hard, people will notice. We’re not saying you shouldn’t be proud of your work (you should), just avoid mentioning these few things when referring to yourself.
Ever get done chatting with a co-worker and realize you were the one doing all of the talking? You’re not alone…
People spend
60% of their conversations talking about themselves. Who, me? And when it comes to tweeting and texting, it’s 80%. Oh sorry, did you say something?

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Silence is golden. See how the act of listening can be your most powerful persuasion tool, and learn the difference between active listening and passive listening. Say what?

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Credit Card Part 2

John From Finance

Credit cards are a beautiful thing. Cha-ching. But before you start swiping, listen to what our money man John has to say about utilizing your card, and how to avoid some common pitfalls so you don't end up in debt city.

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