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Dealing with Ego-Inflated, Arrogant, Difficult People

It's okay to be proud of what you accomplish. But it's never the right time to go around with a big head filled with ego, a big heart filled with pride and a big bravado filled with arrogance.

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How to Keep a Positive Attitude When You Don't Feel Like It

When you search for terms like "happiness," most people seem to lump them together and simply refer to them as "attitude," "positive attitude," or "positive thinking."

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How to Take the NOISE Out of Your Communication

Your entire interpersonal life is dependent on your ability to communicate, so you have to be skilled at making your thoughts, feelings and needs known to others.

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Ethical Problems in Computing

This is the third in a three-part series on ethics in IT by 1991 AITP President and Notre Dame Faculty Member Lou Berzai, CSP, CCP.

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Ethical Decision Making and the IT Professional

This is the second in a three-part series on ethics in IT by 1991 AITP President and Notre Dame Faculty Member Lou Berzai, CSP, CCP.

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How Ethical Theories Apply to IT Professionals

This is the first in a three-part series on ethics in IT by 1991 AITP President and Notre Dame Faculty Member Lou Berzai, CSP, CCP.

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