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Failing in the “Experience Economy”

Excuse after excuse, the manager needed us to know that she was correct, and we were wrong.

Is Your “Conflict Style” Destructive?

We all have a primary conflict style, that serves as a default when situations arise.

The One Easy Thing You Can Do Today To Improve Any Relationship

I was running away to find appreciation, yet I had no clue what it was or how to give it myself.

Does Feeling Awkward Ever Hold You Back?

I was sure we’d run out of things to talk about. But despite feeling awkward most of the time, I stayed engaged and interested in him.

Lessons from the Lemonade Stand

I couldn’t stop thinking to myself that this was a bad location.  My 10-year-old daughter and her friend chose a location on a street that had little traffic.