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10 Ways to Discipline Your Child by Dr. Christian Conte

10 Ways to Discipline Your Child by Dr. Christian Conte

Summary: 1 – Primary goal is to teach your children. 2 – Align expectations with reality. 3 – Understand your child’s learning style (big one). 4 – Take the time to meet your children where they are. 5 – Talk to the part of your child’s brain where you want them to listen (screaming activates fear so talk to the fun part). 6 – Give them choices, even to not listen to you … which leads to … 7 –…

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Think of Your Relationship Like a Bank Account by Dr. John Gottman

Think of Your Relationship Like a Bank Account by Dr. John Gottman

​Dr. John Gottman is at it again with a fantastic angle on relationships. Think about your relationship like a bank account — a kind of trust, that, if consistently funded with deposits of positivity, will keep your marriage in the “black” your whole life through. Couples can fight a little, or a lot, and still be happy. A couple can be bad at communication/conflict resolution and still be happy (arguments can get heated and violate at least half of the…

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Deep Inner Game DVD Set – David DeAngelo featuring Dr. Paul Dobransky and Richard aka Billy

Deep Inner Game DVD Set – David DeAngelo featuring Dr. Paul Dobransky and Richard aka Billy

​Around 2005-2007 I was getting out of a bad place. David Deangelo and Dr. Paul Dobransky taught me something deeper than this. One of the few videos I’ve still kept for personal development. Deep Inner Game DVD 6 to be specific ;o) Dr. Paul Dobransky Self esteem: You (and groups) have boundaries and doors. Depending on what you’d like to open doors to e.g. win-win situations. You decide! This picture shows Colleagues, Women, Family and Community as the boundaries and…

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Insults and Putdowns – Dealing with them & Responses

Insults and Putdowns – Dealing with them & Responses

The first part is about dealing with insults and putdowns while the second goes deeper into responses. Part 1 – How to Deal With Insults and Put-Downs by Neel Burton Insults can be physical, such as punching, slapping, or spitting. More usually, they are verbal, whether direct or indirect. Examples of indirect verbal insults are jokes and ironic comments, backhanded compliments, mimicry, and false fascination. Ocular and facial expressions can substitute for speech; and things like a cold or constant…

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Excellent Talk on Negotiations – How Creatives Should Negotiate by Ramit Sethi

Excellent Talk on Negotiations – How Creatives Should Negotiate by Ramit Sethi

Excellent Talk on Negotiations – How Creatives Should Negotiate by Ramit Sethi My Notes: – Reframes negotiating as a good thing and you can use it anywhere! Gyms, credit cards, phone companies, etc. – Gives you scrips you can good. Links with other goodies below. – Build rapport by talking about how long you’ve been with them. Stay cool. – Ask what else can they do or offer. – What to do when others negotiate with you. – Ask open…

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