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
One month ago I started my new blogging project. It has been a tremendous experience. I thought I would publish a short blog today to announce what has happened to the blog in the last month.
Let me first thank my subscribers. I have 13 followers that have chosen to subscribe . . . → Read More: One month of blogging
When we ask someone to do something it can be frustrating why they didn’t do it the way we wanted. It’s as if they deliberately did it their way instead of your way. You can explain everything but until the other person understands “why” the results will struggle to meet your expectations.
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Now that spring is here, I like to clean up the yard, mow the lawn, edge the flowerbeds, and spread mulch. It is important to get everything cleaned up to make the yard look beautiful again while setting the stage for easy upkeep through the summer months. Before I can do any of this, . . . → Read More: Hand me that rake: Tools for results
Taking action is taking a risk and it is also a test. The results of this test will measure your readiness. It will provide raw feedback about how good you truly are. If you are really honest evaluating your results, it will help you lay out what you need to be better prepared . . . → Read More: Life is a test