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To Get What You Want, Ask for It First and Save the Pleasantries for Later [Video]

In a Creative Mornings talk, creative thinker Simon Sinek demonstrates very clearly how the way you phrase a request for something you want will often mean the difference between someone helping you and someone finding you annoying. It all has to do with the order. More »
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