As the Communication Success blog celebrates surpassing 1 million views, below are the top 10 most read, Facebook liked, and retweeted articles from its first year. You can also download free excerpts of my communication success publications here. May these resources help you become ultra-successful in your love life, in your career, and in your world!
Most of us want to meet and settle down with the “right” person, and most of us want such a relationship to last. At the same time, over fifty percent of marriages in the U.S. end in divorce. What are some of the most important ideas when it comes to making your love last? Here are seven keys to long-term relationship success... Read More
Emotional Intelligence (EQ or EI) can be defined as the ability to understand, manage, and effectively express one's own feelings, as well as engage and navigate successfully with those of others. According to Talent Smart, 90% of high performers at the work place possess high EQ, while 80% of low performers have low EQ... Read More
Do you ever wish you had more time to do everything? Have you had days that were busy but inefficient? Would you like to be highly productive, feel accomplished at the end of each day, with even time to spare? The following are ten tips to help you master your time... Read More
Do you have trouble saying “no”? Many women and men are traditionally taught to avoid saying “no,” especially when facing authority figures. Some of us are told from a young age that we’re not supposed to say “no” to our parents, relatives, teachers, bosses, and others... Read More
Communicating with others can be a difficult and frustrating experience. Here are four of the most common mistakes in communication. The good news is that once we become aware of these poor habits, we can change the way we communicate, resulting in improved relationships... Read More
For more on communication success, download free excerpts of my publications: "How to Communicate Effectively and Handle Difficult People," and ""Communication Success with Four Personality Types."
Helen Keller once wrote: “Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, vision cleared, ambition inspired and success achieved.” As we navigate through challenging times toward a better future, it’s useful to visit some tried and true ideas regarding life hardiness and resiliency... Read More
Do you love what you do? Most Americans don't. According to CareerFinders.com, four out of five Americans do not have their ideal jobs. The following are three factors that can help you identify your best career... Read More
Do you receive dozens to hundreds of work related emails each day? Does it seem that a disproportionate amount of your professional time is spent reading and replying to messages? Ever sent a heated or sloppy email you later wish you could take back? The following are seven email management tips that can help you save time, raise productivity, and enhance your brand... Read More
Since the onset of the current economic downtown I’ve spoken with many clients on how they’re enhancing the survivability of their jobs in the midst of this economic downturn, and in quite a few cases even managing to excel and move up. The following are six job protection and advancement strategies, coupled with real life examples... Read More
When we contemplate truly great figures in the course of human history, two names often come to mind: Jesus and Buddha. Both are historical figures shrouded in legend. Both possessed such love, consciousness, and universal wisdom that they are worshiped as divinity... Read More
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