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Communication and confidence coach Karen Donaldson reveals how to tell if someone’s being dishonest — and what to do about it.
By Amanda Breen
People will manipulate others for their own gain; it’s a truth most of us are familiar with by now.
Just consider the very recent — and public — example of Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes. Determined to safeguard her biotechnology company’s reputation no matter the cost, she continuously misled investors, even when that meant endangering people’s health and lives.
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