Book Quote of the Week – 069

It isn’t experience that sets top performers apart, but the amount of deliberate practice they put in.

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Book Quote of the Week 67

“When it comes to deals like this, or any negotiation really, the key is to display passion, know-how and determination. Get to the point quickly, be persistent and consistent and don’t rely too heavily on prompts, statistics and certainly not PowerPoint slides.”

Richard Branson

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Book Quote of the Week – 064

Productive Failure: Rather than simply answering a question, it is beneficial to be challenged and even fail. Failure provides an opportunity to analyze a problem from different angles pushing us to understand it’s deep underlying structure and to hone the transferable skill of problem solving itself.

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Book Quote of the Week – 057

“The most effective persuaders are the least obvious. Almost everyone is savvy enough to put his or her guard up against the fast-talkers — pushy salespeople, aggressive con artists, and egotistical leaders. the people who often get through to us, however, are more subtle. they seem likable, honest, and trustworthy.”

Robert Levine

 

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Book Quote of the Week 055

“How do you go about becoming a millionaire? I’m often asked this question and ever since I founded Virgin Atlantic in 1984 my answer has been the same: ‘Start as a billionaire and launch a new airline.'”

Richard Branson

 

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