Mar 5 2019

Tip for a Happy Life

posted by Nancy Milton in Communication Skills, Living Fundamentals

I’m a believer in “love language”.  Through the dating process I have been asked on occasion if I know what my Love Language is.  I think it’s terrific that more people are becoming aware of what they need & how they need it to make their relationships partnerships and build solid connection. If you’ve not

Feb 26 2019

4 Steps to Better Navigate Conflict

posted by Nancy Milton in Communication Skills, Living Fundamentals

I have been reading the book The Art of Possibility by Rosamund Stone Zander and Benjamin Zander.  The book has been a gift – the story-sharing way it has been written in is keeping me captivated (which can be a test for me with non-fiction) and I’ve got lots of pages folded down to go

Jan 22 2019

Leadership + Feelings = Real LEADERSHIP

posted by Nancy Milton in Communication Skills, Living Fundamentals, Self Help

When we consider leadership presence there are several different areas to consider. As I outline them, my guess is that you will nod yes in agreement: How you think How you communicate How you act/ interact/react   There is an area I haven’t listed that in my opinion doesn’t get enough spotlight, and it comes

Jan 15 2019

New Perspective through Shared 10 Truths

posted by Nancy Milton in Communication Skills, Living Fundamentals

Different times in our lives we can think to ourselves “If only I had known” or “I wish someone had told me”.  Sometimes the things we wanted to know ahead of time couldn’t have been foreseen, and yet sometimes the insight from others could have been just what we needed.   Some of my examples

Jan 9 2019

One Step Closer to Achieving Goals

posted by Nancy Milton in Communication Skills

June 5th I posted a blog about what I learned from Gretchen Rubin’s book The Four Tendencies. Gretchen writes about the four ways we respond to expectations, including a free quiz for you to figure out which of the four tendencies you are, how your tendency impacts your day to day response to expectations and