Through reading one of Brene Brown’s books, she taught me something about “my best” that I taught a girlfriend today. Through sharing it with my friend, and her response, my heart suggested it was worth sharing with you. I’d love to tell you which of Brene’s books I learned this from yet, when you have
posted by Nancy Milton in Communication Skills
Hi Readers! I’ve had a number of reach outs in the last week about how to do a better job when conversations get tough. Here’s our four quick tips on how to improve your approach while getting results for the situation. Business Communication Skills; Tips for handling an uncomfortable conversation.
posted by Nancy Milton in Living Fundamentals
Eight years ago, when the two monkeys I live with were just 4 and 5 years old, we started a Food Drive in our neighbourhood. By started I mean, we are the food drive. The three of us go door –to – door asking for non- perishable food donations. When my youngest was just
The first time-management course I participated in was 20ish years ago. I was working at an amazing company (then called S&MG, now called Mosaic Group) that consistently held in-house courses and seminars to improve employee performance skills. In this time-management session, adapted from the writings of Stephen Covey, we were asked to consider what we
I’ve been doing some self-improvement work over the last 10 months. HA! Let me rephrase and share that I’ve been at this the last 30ish years of my life, the focus has just been a tad more intense the last 10 months. Something I continue to strive for, because I value it greatly, is inner