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How to Use ‘Reframing’ to Reimagine Failure
Body Language / Communication / Leadership

How to Use ‘Reframing’ to Reimagine Failure

Neurolinguistic programming is a popular set of tools that are often used in therapeutic and sales settings. While it has some similarities with psychotherapy, it is not recognized as a branch of psychology and is in fact generally regarded as a ‘pseudoscience’ with no scientific backing and not based on […]

How to Ask for What You Really Want
Body Language / Communication / Relationships

How to Ask for What You Really Want

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to get everything that they ask for? If they want to go on an exotic vacation, they suddenly get their wish. So how can you make this same ‘magic’ appear for you. Nothing magically is going to happen, but you can start […]

Six Tips for Building Every Type of Relationship
Communication / love and relationships / Relationships

Six Tips for Building Every Type of Relationship

There are some things we can do in all our relationships to build and maintain strong bonds. This is true because underneath all our differences, likes, dislikes, and biases, we are all human beings who desire social connections. The tips below should be used in all your relationships to form […]

Common Relationship Problems and How to Fix Them
love and relationships / Love and Romance / Relationships

Common Relationship Problems and How to Fix Them

There’s always a point in relationships when things don’t go as smoothly as expected.  Relationship problems arise, often because of the conflicting beliefs of the people involved, or the interruption of other matters, or the difficulty to express ones self in ways that other people can’t actually listen to and […]

Want to Be Happier and Have More Meaningful Relationships?  Start Talking!
Communication / Relationships

Want to Be Happier and Have More Meaningful Relationships? Start Talking!

By Joel Schwartz The next time you’re out in a public place, whether at the grocery store, a baseball game or seeing a play, take a look around and note how many people have their noses buried in their smartphone. We think nothing of the ping from a text message, […]

In Tough Conversations, Seek to COMPLETE, Not COMPETE.
Business / Business Tips / Leadership

In Tough Conversations, Seek to COMPLETE, Not COMPETE.

Difficult conversations are necessary—at least if you want people to correct mistakes, learn, and grow. But they can be less difficult if you just remember one critical rule: You’re trying to help, not win. At some point you will have to have a difficult conversation at work. There’s just no […]

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