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Thinking big: The London Marathon by  David ThompsonThinking big: The London Marathon by David Thompson
It happened in Prague. I was in the airport, staring into my third fast-food meal in as many days, when it hit me: I feel disgusting. The extra two stone I'd been lugging around for the last few years suddenly weighed down on me like a ton of fatty bricks. My ass seemed to spread out over the red formica stool and dangle over the greasy tiled floor. Each breath seemed to take an age and required a major effort. 'This ain't good,' I thought ... read more



Effective leadershipEffective leadership: It's the little things by David Thompson
Leaders can make a major difference in the lives of the people around them by being aware of the impact of the little things.

In this article, we offer 5 tips for improving relationships and earning influence at work... read more



Business in ChinaBusiness in China - relationship building by Dalida Turkovic
The economic boom in China has attracted more and more foreign companies eager to do business there. Successful negotiation depends on building an understanding that bridges the language and cultural differences, as the Chinese way of doing business is all about building relationships. Dalida Turkovic explains the background to the Chinese business culture and gives useful advice on business etiquette to help you earn the respect of your Chinese counterparts... read more



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Identity theftIDENTITY THEFT
Seven useful tips from seasoned business traveler

Every year, about 10 million people, in the United States alone, are the victim of identity theft. The phenomenon, which has expanded with the age of the internet, has an enormous impact on the individuals victimized. It takes months, some times years, to undo the handy-work of identity thieves, restore credit, and re-establish your life as you once knew it... read more