Ah, the shiny object, the more or less instant gratification.
People can’t separate emotions from decision-making. They can lie about it and claim emotions are not a factor, but it’s frankly impossible for emotions not to be a major driver of decision-making.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses the danger of agreeing with a competitor to allocate employees.
Did you think the goal of negotiation is to be liked? Try galvanizing respect.
Ebay and Craigslist have disintermediated the classified section in the newspaper, which used to be the largest moneymaker in that business. The newspaper as middleman has been put to bed for the last time.
Does your group have a contractual right to enforce standards of behavior?
Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.
Where’s your next meal coming from?