Tag: criticism

Coaching Session: Episode 008 – Do You Lack Tactfulness?

Lack of tactfulness Carelessness in the tone of voice often speaking in antagonistic tones that often offend. Speaking out of turn when silence would be more appropriate. Interrupting others who are speaking. Overworking the personal pronoun. Asking impertinent questions generally to impress others. Injecting…

Positive Mental Attitude: Season 2 – Episode 21 – Quotient Analysis – Part B

We’ve got the second part of this coming up. I initially separated these into three parts because it’s long and it’s going to take a lot of writing and time.  To get through all 16/17 right off the back, can be overwhelming. 7. Applied…

Dale Carnegie’s ‘How To Win Friends & Influence People’ – Full Book Review + Podcasts From My Favorite Chapters

It’s been a long time since I’ve done podcasts and blogs on this particular book because I thought the substantial amount of great material dwindled towards the end.  So, here are my best chapter and podcasts down below if you want to listen on…

Dale Carnegie’s: Make The Fault Seem Easy To Correct

As a teacher, we could definitely be extremely hard on our students.  In America, most teachers would berate the students who don’t do well on the test instead of giving criticism and not being hated for it.  For example, 26 out of 30 students…

How To Spur People On To Success

There was a man by the name of JoJo, who was my next door neighbour years ago back in Las Vegas.  He was an interesting guy to say the least, but before he set off to church one Sunday morning, he stood in my…

How To Criticize – And Not Be Hated For It + Talking About Your Own Mistakes First

“Many people begin their criticism with sincere praise followed by the word “but” and ending with a critical statement. For example, in trying to change a child’s careless attitude toward studies, we might say, “We’re really proud of you, Johnnie, for raising your grades…

How To Criticize — And Not Be Hated For It

Is it possible? Perhaps! “Charles Schwab was passing though one of his steel mills one day at noon when he came across some of his employees smoking. Immediately above their heads was a sign that said “No Smoking.” Did Schwab point to the sign…

Negative Opinions About “The Secret”

When the secret was first introduced to the world back in 2006, I was unaware of it until 2007.  I still remember that day like it was yesterday, because I ended up attracting to me my father, who I hadn’t seen in the previous…

Do This – & Criticism Can’t Hurt You

“I discovered years ago that although I couldn’t keep people from criticising me unjustly, I could do something infinitely more important: I could determine whether I would let the unjust condemnation disturb me.  Let’s be clear about this: I am not advocating ignoring all…

Remember That No One Ever Kicks A Dead Dog

What does this mean? Well, to be very blunt, no one would try to seek vengeance on someone who has already died.  For example, Les Brown once said, “people die at 20 but they’re not buried until 70.” This is the reference I’m trying…

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