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What is Emotional Intelligence and how does it relate to your communication skills? Everybody knows what IQ is, but fewer people know what EQ (emotional intelligence) is, and how EQ relates to your success in life. Since EQ is every
Ten Ideas for Dealing with Difficult People When I prepare for onsite communication training, I do research to make certain my own ideas remain fresh and have stood the test of time–and to see what new solutions/scripts/techniques I might want to include
When you need to convey confidence and power–you need your POWER TONE. Ever notice how when some people speak, others listen–and when others speak, no one seems to listen? Ever notice that some people command positive attention when they speak–while
The Diplomatic Decline is the Definitive NO! Do you have trouble saying no–and then regret that fact–when you realize you’ve committed to something you don’t want to do? Then read the letter below from Confused in Cleveland, and Dan’s detailed
Who is the sniper in your office? Say it isn’t YOU (right?) Dear Dan: I am working with someone (another female) that has a very twisted, sick sense of humor. All of her jokes are usually at someone else’s expense.
As a child, were you hurt by any of these harmful danger phrases? And are you carrying on the grand tradition of hurtful speech–when speaking to your own children? Don’t underestimate your words and actions on your children. Mocking, laughing,
Discussing Politics: The conversation doesn’t have to be ugly, even when the topic is In this series, Dan covers the 9 principles that will help you communicate with kindness, mindfulness, confidence, and compassion. And you’ll look like a superhero doing
You know that feeling you get in your stomach as soon as someone starts talking about Donald Trump? What about other political or religious issues? I do. I'm not political by nature. I neither want nor care to discuss what's going on unless I can do it while practicing...
Teachers don’t compete with one another; they learn from one another. Recently, Wayne Dyer passed on, and in his memory, I’d like to share 15 of his lessons–and some day we’ll go over these in depth. This is truly masterful