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CoWorking is more than a space; it’s a valuable tool to help your business grow and you thrive. Read on for tips and insights, and be sure to check back often! We welcome your ideas for topics – drop us a line at [email protected].
Ever found yourself in a conversation where interruptions or lengthy monologues dominate the dialogue? We’ve all been there! In this blog post, we’ll explore some scenarios and friendly tips on how to navigate these moments with grace and keep the conversation flowing smoothly.
We don’t always react to stimuli in an effective way. Our reaction to meeting a mother bear and cubs on the trail can trigger deep instincts for survival. How we…
It’s inevitable. We aren’t perfect; we make mistakes, forget things, and sometimes lose our tempers. And when that happens, there are steps you can take to make an effective apology.
An easy way to shake things up and benefit your business is to get a new hobby. If you’re questioning the sanity of this suggestion when trying to find the time to do anything unrelated to work seems impossible, then all the more reason to start.
Like home maintenance, doing an annual self-check for leaks, areas needing repair, and possible upgrades to prevent relationship damage is worthwhile. Here are some tips.
A genuine conversation, whether by phone, online platform, or in person, is a powerful tool that benefits you and your business.
When clients can’t decide or keep changing a project, it’s frustrating and wastes time. It’s especially
challenging when they expect you to mind read and automatically know what they said was not what
The election is over, and if your candidate lost, it might feel disastrous. We are doomed, and our worst fears are about to happen. Is this true, or is there a touch of a near-catastrophic, high-speed car chase involved? Try these suggestions to make the best of the situation.
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed if we think of planning as a one-time exercise done at an annual meeting and then filed it away until the following year. What’s important is to make sure your plans continually support your overall vision.
When we develop an awareness of our thoughts and identify patterns, that awareness gives us choices about what we think and subsequently do.