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Ways to Keep Your Cool when Dealing with Criticism
Posted on April 14, 2022 by James Simmons
No matter how tough you appear externally, coping with criticism is hard.If you are the victim of a bad harsh critique, whether justified or not, listed below are five methods to keep your cool and diffuse what could spiral right into a heated situation!One of the toughest forms of criticisms to take care of can be an unjust accusation.Despite the fact that it's tempting, don't make a comeback with equally defensive, biting or embarrassing personal remarks...
Posted on October 16, 2021 by James Simmons
By the nature of the language a 'first impression' is generally seen to be either your or the individual you're meetings' first possiblity to impress.Humans will decide what they think about someone within the initial couple of seconds of meeting.This being the case I love to utilize the alternative terminology of 'first expression' as impressing might not be on top of your agenda but expressing who you're might well become more relevant...
Self Improvement and Why We Must Face and Overcome Our Fears
Posted on January 9, 2021 by James Simmons
Among the biggest reasons that many people struggle with self improvement and achieving success and happiness is because they have difficulty overcoming their fears.Fears can take on several forms, and nearly every one has fears of some type.Many Fears might appear irrational to almost everybody but the person involved, and also the most unlikely of people could be paralysed by the most unlikely of fears...
Are You Sending Conflicting Messages?
Posted on December 23, 2020 by James Simmons
Everything you guarantee versus what you're doing.You may send a contradictory message if you direct customers to expect a level of service that differs from what you normally supply.Over-eagerness to be more responsive, or to exceed or match a competitor's service, can allow you to commit to an overly ambitious level of support.Customers who don't get the guaranteed services quickly learn how to ignore your claims and also to anticipate instead, the amount of service they're actually receiving...