On February 1, 2015 By drmark
Do you feel like this around someone in YOUR life?
• I hate that they always need to be right!
• I tend to feel inferior or less capable in my own life (even though I KNOW I am not),
• I get tired of hearing their ramblings about all of their accomplishment […]
Do you ever feel like this in YOUR life?
• Being embarrassed or looking stupid are among my worst fears,
• I feel nervous talking in a group of people,
• I get very nervous about talking to someone I don’t know very well, even if it’s someone I’d like to talk to, […]
Here are just a few examples of rapid positive change with the Wellspring Method…
“This method helped me to put the demands of work into perspective. People have known that I’ve been stressed about the pressures and expectations of my job for awhile now, but the program helped me learn to take things much less personally. It […]Continue Reading →
Why Advice from Books, Articles, Talks
or Teleseminars Don’t Produce REAL Change
These “information” products focus on giving you advice on dealing with people, but ignore the extreme importance of your inner sensitive spots and stress reactions.
I’ve found that many people just want someone to TELL them how to deal with difficult people. But after […]Continue Reading →
If there is ONE skill in life that guarantees success in life, it’s knowing how to be assertive, confident and effective with people.
The most successful people in business aren’t the ones who possess special skills or knowledge. They’re the ones who can confidently communicate with people and arouse in them a spirit of cooperation […]Continue Reading →
On October 16, 2010 By drmark
1. Recognize That You Do Have a Choice Between Stressing Out or Being Strong and Confident
One thing that people often do not realize is that their emotions can and do change. Just because a situation may be automatically triggering anxiety, it doesn’t always have to be that way. There are things we can […]
In my website survey, people reported all kinds of annoying and frustrating behavior in their coworkers, bosses, employees or family members.
Very often they would end with a question like, “How can I control my feelings when I’m around this person?” or, “How do I get power over my emotions in this situation?”
Question From […]Continue Reading →
What makes a person “difficult” to deal with? Sure, they may have attitudes or behaviours that are frustrating, but the really difficult part is handling your triggered emotions – your anxiety, your stress, your anger, etc.
If you can handle the emotional triggers you can truly clear the way to your personal success.
Take Jill’s […]Continue Reading →
Question From a Reader…
“I have recently become a cleaning superviser in a shopping centre and I have 11 cleaners to supervise. My problem is the operations manager on site. Although my area manager knows of the problems we have with him she still seems to side with him. After one of my cleaners being […]Continue Reading →
Question From a Reader…
“I work with a person who is very abrasive and refuses to return telephone calls and emails. My job is providing technical support to an area of which they manage. With no feedback and interaction my job becomes very difficult. How would you propose handling this type of personality?”
My Response… […]Continue Reading →
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