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Antsy? Look at what you’re not doing.

How are you feeling today? Are you antsy? Then there is something you’re not doing. Address it and you’ll remove the feeling of regret. It’s oh so common to feel regret. At the end of the day we recount our actions and, once again, realize we haven’t followed through with something. And it’s an important .. read more

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Need help? Consider these 2 things.

Many of us need help, whether we are ready to admit it or not. And although we realize this need, what we often forget are the few things that follow. The world will not end if we ASK for help Quite the opposite. Until then, we were no doubt trapped in a spot that appeared .. read more

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On March 21st, 2013, posted in: asking for help, boundaries, challenges, conversation by

Practice People Management

A relatively young client of mine amazes me with his ability to address and manage his employees. Recently he shared his experience handling an accountability issue. Quickly after a circumstance happened regarding broken follow-through, he addressed the employees separately and called them on their breach. A good guy with decent rapport-building skills, he did not .. read more

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Introverts can effectively build conversation

A few months ago I wrote a post titled, Building Conversation.  In it I shared a few tips on how to move into the conversation-building mode. Introverts tend to listen so much in other’s conversations that they don’t know how to contribute, or build, on what others are saying. Recently a reader – also a self-identified introvert .. read more

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On January 5th, 2012, posted in: conversation, introverts, networking by