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  • Richard

    I sat in on Marty’s session in Vegas and he was one of the more knowledgeable speakers in my opinion so it would be surprising to me if he did this without evaluating the cost / benefit of going public like that. But then again it is easier to talk trash on the internet than to confront someone directly.

    January 27, 2012 at 4:42 pm Reply
    • David Carrillo

      Marty and Dan are both very smart and well-respected members of the community, which is what made this so fascinating to me. I don’t think this incident will cause irrevocable harm to either, but I did think there was some lessons from it we can all take away.

      Thanks for reading!

      January 27, 2012 at 4:46 pm Reply
  • Laura Abramson

    In any business situation in which emotions are running high, I have found it very useful to do three things: 1) STOP 2) Take a deep breath, and 3) FOCUS on a POSITIVE INTENTION. What was the desired outcome here? What was the intention of contacting the other party? What type of communication is consistent with a constructive conversation, focusing on the POSITIVE INTENTION? Airing your grievances in this arena puts the other party in an awkward position, and left no opportunity for resolution or a reasonable conversation.

    January 27, 2012 at 5:44 pm Reply
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