Have you ever been doing a task or working on a project, and you’re just waiting for someone to come tell you you’re doing a good job? What if you were the person who could tell yourself “good job.” Today … Continue reading How to Value Yourself
You’ve heard it a million times. “Let’s just agree to disagree.” But what happens when you do that? All lines of communication are shut down about that subject and neither party is getting to hear the other side. Today Grant … Continue reading Disagree agreeably
As a Dale Carnegie instructor I thought I was excited to tell people about the class and my experience. But that excitement and enthusiasm pales in comparison to that of Ty Landry. A salesman for Electronic Protection Systems by trade, … Continue reading How to champion your cause
How much time could we save if we didn’t have to go back and repeat ourselves? What if we could clearly communicate our thoughts and ideas so that they were carried out the way we envisioned? Today Lacie and Grant … Continue reading Make Your Ideas Clear
What would life look like in a stress-free world? Pretty boring right? While we can’t eliminate stress completely, we can put it into perspective so that we can use it for its intended purpose – to push us forward. Too … Continue reading GA Corner – Put Stress Into Perspective
You know that response your significant other gives you when you ask them “Where do you want to eat?” “Meh,” may be the response with head cocked to the side and shoulders shrugged. What if you knew how to harness … Continue reading The Power of “Meh”
A new segment on our podcast is the GA (Graduate Assistant) corner, where Grant sits down with his graduate assistants for his current 12-week Dale Carnegie class to discuss the topics they will be going over in class. This sessions … Continue reading GA Corner – Enthusiasm!