Saying "no" is difficult for a lot of people, but a crucial thing to master. So let's talk about when to say no, how to say it - and why we should.
Active listening is one of the most important communication skills in almost any situation, so here are 5 simple exercises that will help you master it.
Whether it's a distant acquaintance, a colleague, an old friend you haven't seen in a while, or whatever else - here's a simple way to deepen your friendship with them.
Although socializing with others can be a bit dull for all of us at times, it's important that we make sure that the majority of our time with others is enjoyable. So let's talk about how to do that!
Most people know what chemistry feels like, but have no idea how to define or purposefully create that. Let's explore the what and how in this article.
There are, of course, a lot of things that can help us improve our confidence. But in this article, I'll share my 5 most effective ones.
When someone's small-talk autopilot is on, we lose any chance of creating a real connection with them. Luckily, there's a simple way to turn it off!
Self-doubting questions like "did I do the right thing?" are common when we second-guess ourselves. Luckily there's a simple way to make them constructive.
Every successful conversation contains three ingredients: rapport, tension, and escalation. Let's talk about what they are, and how to combine them.
The other day I was all geared up to address a growing conflict in my life. Then I asked the other party a simple question, and suddenly everything was ok.
The saying “treat others as you would like others to treat you” isn't always as good of an advice as it seems. Let's explore why, and how to do it better.
Recently I was asked about how to overcome setbacks while we're improving our confidence, and I figured I'd share my answer with you guys.
Most people don't know that there are two more zones outside of our comfort zone. When we know what they are, leaving our comfort zone becomes much easier.
Believe it or not, everyone gets a little uncomfortable or nervous in social situations sometimes. Luckily, there are several simple ways to deal with it.
Do you ever experience that someone simply doesn’t want to listen to you? I'm sure you do, because we all do at times. Luckily there's a simple trick that can help us with that.
Do you let other people’s opinions about you and what you do impact you in negative ways? If so, whose opinions do you let influence you?
One of the most common, self-esteem limiting, concerns my coaching clients often have, is whether they deserve the things they want. The answer is simple.
These three simple tips for feeling better about yourself will fit into basically any schedule, and are so simple that anyone can do them.
Self-esteem and good relationships tend to go hand in hand, but not for the reason most think. And the real reason can help build more self-esteem.
The truly great questions are the ones that create the kind of conversation we want. And the good news is that finding those questions is pretty easy!
Whether it's someone you want to date, sell to, hire, be hired by, or simply connect with as friends, making them seek your approval will be very helpful.
Self-criticism only helps us make ourselves feel bad. Self-correction, however, can be a fun and exciting tool for growth and better results.
Proactive communication helps you remove objections before they happen, which can be helpful in anything from dating, to sales, to socializing.