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"This is an interesting tactic from the retailer, and one that makes a lot of sense from a behavioral perspective.
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"When I am asked to explain how my five-step CLEAR method can be helpful to a client in a single sentence, this is what I say: it is a way to build bridges, instead of walls, when communicating across cultures.
Alex Durand (photo, left) is the Ask a Credible Career Coach columnist at TheMuse.
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Curtis Newbold presents an infographic on the topic.
"Chronically-negative people can slow down your momentum and sabotage real success.