It's been said that the only bad publicity is no publicity. The presidential campaign starring Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton has some lessons for us on that including why bad news sticks or not and what you have to keep in mind when you're in the public eye.
Last month, I spent some time with a client and her fiancé, who is very big in the world of the mind and mental improvement. Upon being introduced, he posed the following question: "What's your superpower?" Without missing a beat, I said, "Empathy."
Each time I am asked to speak, I provide a written introduction. And each time the designated introducer receives it, without fail, they say something like, "I'm not going to read it - I'm just going to say a few words." Translation: "I want to do it my way."
Umm. no. It's not about you.
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