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Lessons​ ​From​ ​NASA:​ ​Pencils,​ ​Pens​ ​and​ ​People

The story is told that in the 1960’s in the United States NASA was determined to invent a writing utensil that worked in zero gravity conditions, effective for their space missions. For a number of years, thousands of hours and $68 million were spent creating, developing and testing until the Fisher Space Pen became a

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Shaping Attitudes and Increasing Sales, One Word at a Time.

Our words have the power to change opinions, shape attitudes, teach and empower. In fact, asking the right questions is at the heart of what insurance agents do. Claude Levi Strauss said, “The scientist is not a person who gives the right answers, he’s one who asks the right questions.” 1. What do THEY Want? Nothing matters

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