Mistakes Both Presidential and Association Candidates Make When Trying to Get Your Vote!

Many of you probably share my disappointment at some of the dialogue occurring in the presidential debates. It makes you wonder why candidates feel that attacking an opponent is a better path than extolling one’s own virtues and clearly outlining a leadership path.   Read the article………….


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