Do you encourage the listener’s self-talk by the WAY you present your message? For one reason or another, you are about to initiate a difficult conversation– Should you just jump right in? Perhaps before you begin, you should consider that
How to answer the question: How are you?? Amazingly, the most pressing question being asked of Google these days is: How to answer the question “How are you?” So I thought I’d answer that for you! In the event you’re
How to show empathy–an interpersonal skill you WILL need sometime in your lifetime Someone needs you to be there for them, and you want to show you care by demonstrating empathy. So you look at them with eyes as big as
By popular demand--MORE on discovering your teen sexting-- How to handle the situation with intelligence, compassion and love Most people respond to the bad behavior of their children with a reprimand. I'll bet that's what your parents did. How did that work for you? How did that work for...
Teenage sexting and other issues– How do you handle them when it’s someone you care about or for whom you have responsibility? This communication skills training course episode deals with finding out that someone you care about (and/or have responsibility
50 lessons = 50 Audios + 50 Videos + 50 Materials Packages including flash-cards This communication skills course is available for Instant Download Bonus: Full online access is also included to access any lesson any time from any
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
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.
Criticize positively? YES YOU CAN! When it comes to professional communication skills, most people have trouble with the whole, “constructive criticism” thing. If you want to be a truly polished, savvy communicator at work, this is one communication skill