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I direct my clients to these same three tools (especially Evernote!) them and don't want to think what functioning would look like without them! I'll consider my toolkit co-signed. :-)
I think there are some holes in the study. Let's revisit before we quit the MBA program and invest long-term in making a career out of flirting. It said a woman could flirt and still be seen as competent. How's this: "Hire her! She's competent!" Uh..? The study said flirting would, "diminish her perceived trustworthiness." So today I get the deal signed but from now on I'm perceived as untrustworthy rather than as an expert in my field. Alternative: If the "danger" is being perceived as too masculine in the workplace and therefore unlikeable - especially during negotiations - then how about other traditional "stereotypes" that don't get men and women in situations where they could potentially get fired at worst and at the "least" are seen as untrustworthy? "Traditionally feminine" values (though we don't have the market cornered) such as openness, kindness and compassion will go a long way towards likability and getting a deal signed. Feminine but not potentially confusing.
Toggle Commented Dec 17, 2010 on Women Should Flirt More at Fistful of Talent
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I was getting a "box" for awhile and really loved it...but since it is just moi I was always racing against the clock a bit to finish everything. Would love to hear any recipes that come from trying to figure out what to do with some of the random veggies you get...
Toggle Commented Jun 30, 2010 on The Box and me at Bad Home Cooking
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Jun 30, 2010