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Seven Useful Microsoft Excel Features You May Not Be Using

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Many of us have had to deal with difficult colleagues and employees in the past. Not all of them pose the same issues. This infographic from Towergate Insurance covers how you can deal with difficult employees:Premium infographic templates

How to read if someone is lying to you. I'm glad I'm not an interrogator who has to employ these skills. I prefer to trust people however I can certainly see the benefit in knowing these.

How To Spot A Liar [INFOGRAPHIC] ~TA: Interesting . a lot of it is true, though hard to assess. I think they are wrong about liars not looking you in the eye. There are often other reasons someone won't look you in the eye. A liar is jus

Want to know what you're really texting? Find emoji definitions here! | Being Spiffy

Want to know what youe really texting? Find emoji definitions here!

Body language cues you might not have known about. It always scares me when people can't read these.

Funny pictures about Body Language Secrets. Oh, and cool pics about Body Language Secrets. Also, Body Language Secrets photos.

Mark my words! One day, Chris will be deployed and Luke will come up to me and ask me to tie his tie!! And I will say, "Pintrest!!"

How to tie a tie. How to tie a necktie. How to tie an Ascot. How to tie a Cravat. How to Tie a Bow Tie The goal is to have the largest collection of necktie .

How To Motivate Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type - MBTI in Real Life

Real Ways to Motivate Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type - MBTI in Real Life

motiveweight: “ melissa-fit: “ yogh-urt: ” “ “ Wow this is so interesting ” I think gifs like these are insanely helpful, I love them ” ”

mylife-mylove-mybody: yogh-urt: getfittogethot: Is it just me or are these creepy af Wow this is so interesting (via TumbleOn)