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  1. Jordan Peterson | Cambridge Union

    Dr. Peterson is a professor at the University of Toronto, a clinical psychologist and the author of the million-plus selling ’12 Rules for Life’, which has been a Number 1 bestseller in the US, Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, the Netherlands and Brazil. He rose to international prominence in 2016, after criticising the Canadian government’s enactment of Bill C-16.

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  2. The Big 5 Personality Traits - Jordan Peterson

    Jordan P goes through the big 5 primary personality traits. This is part of a larger project which is a personality assessment and reporting system that JP and his colleagues have been working on for years. If you want to know more check out the links below.

    https://www.understandmyself.com https://www.selfauthoring.com

    Source: www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IdzC6mJzLA

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  3. Teaching Talk: Helping Students Who Procrastinate (Tim Pychyl)

    On Nov. 13, 2012, Dr. Tim Pychyl led a discussion about academic procrastination and strategies for change. The focus was on discussing what students are telling us about their procrastination and how we might help them help themselves.

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  4. Your Most Powerful Negotiation Tool: The Illusion of Control | FBI Negotiator Chris Voss

    Ex-FBI crisis negotiator Chris Voss explains the golden question that will give you the upper hand in a negotiation. Chris Voss is the author of "Never Split the Difference: Negotiating as If Your Life Depended on It" (http://goo.gl/04OgLC).

    Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/chris-voss-on-how-to-gain-the-upper-hand-in-negotiations

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    Transcript - The secret to gaining the upper hand in negotiations is giving the other side the illusion of control. And the illusion of control is typically best given with either questions that begin with the words what or how. Well what and how should be the form of nearly any question where you’re trying to gather information. And it’s actually one of the ways we say no. The first and best way to say no to anyone is how am I supposed to do that? Now the other side actually has no idea as to the number of things you’ve done with them at the same time. You conveyed to them you have a problem. It’s something that we also referred to as forced empathy because one of the reasons why we exercise tactical empathy is because we want the other side to see us fairly. We want them to see our position; we want them t…

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