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6 Ways to Negotiate Like a Pro Board Gamer

I have learned more about negotiation by playing board games than from taking a college course on negotiation. A lot of people are scared of negotiation. They’re afraid to ask for what they want. To me, this is crazy. Are … Continue reading

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The Battle of the Burgers: Food Chain Magnate

In the spring of 1955, the county government gave me a small loan so that I could open a diner in our little town. But I wasn’t the only one—three other aspiring food chain magnates also started restaurants, and the … Continue reading

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Why I Didn’t Start a Board Game Company

I had an idea for a board game, and considered making it into a company. Continue reading

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