The Mistake You Make in Every Argument with Dr. Liane Davey

When you live with co-workers for 24 or 48 hours at a time, it is inevitable that you’re going to get into a few arguments with them.

The trick is to keep those disagreements from becoming all-out wars.

Our guest on this episode can show you how to do that.

Dr. Liane Davey is is the co-founder of 3COze Inc. She is  a psychologist, author, public speaker, and business strategist, as well as the author of You First: Inspire Your Team to Grow Up, Get Along, and Get Stuff Done and a coauthor of Leadership Solutions: The Pathway to Bridge the Leadership Gap. Follow her on Twitter at @LianeDavey.

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Trivia question:

You may know that Philadelphia used letters instead of numbers, as designators on its truck companies in the 19th century. Now, name the other city that did it.

Answer:

The other city that used letters, not numbers, on its truck companies in the 19th century was Washington, DC.

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