Learn how to get people to open up to you and hear what you have to say.

Psychology Today  

July 8, 2013

Have you ever noticed that some people avoid using question marks in their emails (e.g. “Can you call me to discuss.” or “When should we meet for dinner.”)?  Others do the opposite and not only utilize question marks but come out with there uncertainty (e.g. “I could be wrong, of course. What do you think?”) Learn more about the power of “powerless communication.”

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