It’s Not You, It’s Me—Reframing Challenging Colleagues and Customers

Faced with challenging colleagues and customers? It’s helpful to look inward. When we figure out why we’re challenged, it’s easier to control our reactions.

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Working With and Learning From Difficult People

When a co-worker is challenging, complex, or selfish it’s challenging. Rather than letting it frustrate us, we can celebrate learning from difficult people.

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When I’m the Difficult Person to Work With

When we label someone the difficult person to work with, do we ever stop to consider why they are being difficult or consider their point of view?

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Anyone Else Terrible at Dealing with Difficult People?

Dealing with difficult people is a challenge none of us can escape. If we’re willing to try, however, there are ways to make it easier.

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Out of Place: The Necessity of Trying New Things

Trying new things can be unsettling. But as Eric Torrence explains, it’s necessary to broaden our minds and make us welcoming and empathetic people.

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Time Flies: Stop Wasting It

Times moves quickly. As we age it seems to go quicker and quicker. Zach Morgan shares some personal realizations and implores us to stop wasting time.

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Balancing Entrepreneurship and Student Loans

With student loans being a norm for many who want to attend college, entrepreneurship is evolving into a riskier avenue for those in debt to lenders. But rest assured, balancing entrepreneurship and student loans is possible. Here’s how.

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Small Details for Big Picture People

Digging into the minutia can be a struggle for folks prone to big visions. But there’s hope. Eric Torrence shares a great way to stomach the small details for big picture people.

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Keep it Fresh: Public Speaking Tips for The Presenter in a Rut

Getting bored with a presentation you’ve had to give many times? It’s important for you and your audience that you keep it fresh. These public speaking tips will get you out of that rut and help keep things interesting.

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Are New Year’s Resolutions Stealing Our Joy?

During the holidays we slow down and enjoy the important things in life. Then comes the new year. Are New Year’s resolutions stealing our joy?

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A Competition All In Your Head: Is It Helpful or Hurtful?

A little healthy competition can be a powerful motivator. What happens to that motivation when a spirit of competition spoils and leads to envy and spite?

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How Would You Like Your Leadership? Scrambled or Unscrambled?

Leadership can be scrambled or unscrambled. We have a choice in how we lead and in who we want to follow. We need to make the leadership choice.

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