Turning “no” into “yes”
Undoubtedly we have all met up with obstacles that stop us from pursuing our desired outcomes. This can be a frequent occurrence when dealing with suppliers, contractors, or employees. There are five ways to avoid a “no” response: Avoid beginning sentences with phrases such as, “can you,” “will you,” or, “I need you to.” Steer […]READ MORE
Stop digging a hole and focus on the bigger picture.
Following a recent snow storm we found a large area of our front lawn had been dug up. With the recent high winds, some areas of our lawn have grass visible and it appeared that our neighbor’s dog, Rex, believed that something of interest was just below the surface of our grass. With each new […]READ MORE