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The Big Push: why sellers, doctors, coaches, and leaders, don’t effect permanent change
Monday, 5 Feb, 2018
The Big Push: why sellers, doctors, coaches, and leaders, don’t effect permanent change

How many times have you tried to sell an idea to a colleague,

Healthcare Apps Can Facilitate Patient Compliance
Monday, 22 Jan, 2018
Healthcare Apps Can Facilitate Patient Compliance

There are currently more than 165,000 healthcare apps used for a variety of purposes – helping patients

To Change Behaviors, First Change Beliefs: an essay for change agents
Monday, 8 Jan, 2018
To Change Behaviors, First Change Beliefs: an essay for change agents

Why do people prefer behaviors that obviously lead to less-than-stellar

Influencing Congruent, Unbiased Change: serving with integrity
Friday, 22 Dec, 2017
Influencing Congruent, Unbiased Change: serving with integrity

Our jobs as influencers is to help Others achieve their own brand

Guys Aren’t Gender Neutral: the how and why of (un)biased communication
Monday, 18 Dec, 2017
Guys Aren’t Gender Neutral: the how and why of (un)biased communication

As someone who’s written about communication for decades,..

Mother Knows Best
Monday, 4 Dec, 2017
Mother Knows Best

Given what’s going on in the world these days, I thought we all might need a bit of Sweet. Enjoy. SD
In 1981, I was a single parent of a young disabled son, working a full time job, living in Park Slope Brooklyn. Given my constant state of overwhelm, I decided to get a group of parents together to see if we could find ways to parent without nagging, or threatening, or cajoling, and maybe even free up time for us to enjoy our kids. I doubted I was the only parent in overwhelm mode. I put together a bit of a program design and convinced the local library to give me a room one