Conversations with people are not always pleasant. In fact, sometimes conversations are down right unpleasant and awkward. Unfortunately sometimes these conversations are also necessary for your own good, the other person’s own good, or the good of both of you.
Earlier this week I delivered a program about initiating awkward . . . → Read More: “I need to talk with you. . . ” Having a difficult conversation
Everybody can be described as weird or strange in some way. You know who I am talking about. Everyone has that wierd neighbor who you can’t figure out, or that strange relative that seems to make bad decisions, or the co-worker that says some of the strangest things, or that kid in school who has few . . . → Read More: I can’t stand you. Accepting people for who they are
We have all experienced a disagreement with someone. Sometimes the disagreement is mild. Other times it is a full fledged argument. What causes a disagreement to escalate to something more emotional like an argument?
When the disagreement escalates, a natural tendency during the escalation is to polarize against each other. The . . . → Read More: Disagreements that turn to an argument. Don’t get stung.
The best way to tell a lie is to make up a story based on truth. Liars add some truth in an attempt to convince that it is the truth. A lie is not 100% truthful.
Have you ever felt like someone was dishonest with you? You know when someone isn’t being honest. When . . . → Read More: How to tell a lie and other untruths