Nina DiSesa: How are men like dogs?

Nina DiSesa: Well, men are stuff thinkers, they are will go into a meeting with a frequency idea of how that meeting is going to go, because they no they have the goods or they, they are just confident and so what they hear is what they expect to here, they remember what they expect here anything that goes against what their expectation or they kind of forget. So I would say its like bla bla bla good dog bla bla bla they just remember good dog, and they forget what happened before and what happened after. Actually I don’t really see anything wrong with that, all my point is that make sure you have some really strong women in the room too, because while the man is going to very focused, and very determined and very fourth right and get the job done. The woman is reading the room, and she is noticing, they didn’t make eye contact he stared at my collar bone. client isn’t happy, call and so you have to have both those disciplines coming back with a deep breath, otherwise you are only going to get the most optimistic results from a man who is the scuff thinker.

Recorded on: 2/29/08

Men are "stuff thinkers.

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