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1 #125: Monday Memo: Avoiding Broken Hearts in Finance by becoming better at adapting – Strength In The Numbers

#125: Monday Memo: Avoiding Broken Hearts in Finance by becoming better at adapting

Andrew Codd

“It’s not you, it’s me”

is an often clichéd break up phrase for those you had been in longer term relationships and this also presents a timely reminder to finance professionals when trying to better influence decision makers and avoid ending up up with broken hearts when our efforts fall short.

In this bite-sized episode I share with you two of the key reasons why this can happen to finance professionals as well as a model on how to better adapt your approach to the 4 different decision making styles.

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