Almost any state of tension can be expressed in the framework of the conflict model. The conflict model has at least three main advantages:First, we see the immediate problem with extreme clarity, and we understand “why” we are in the conflict.
Second, we significantly reduce the ever-growing irritation about conflict, and as much as possible keep negative emotions under control.
The third and most important advantage is that a correctly constructed conflict model automatically gives us the key to resolving it, and I will explain why this is so. Continue reading
The lark mode is still associated with hard work and piety, while the owl mode is associated with laziness, a Bohemian lifestyle, and a tendency to excess.Despite the fact that late rising is still considered something of a bad habit, the fact that you are an owl (or a lark) is predetermined genetically . And it’s not as bad as it might seem.
“The early bird catches the bug”, “the early bird catches the worm” is a proverb with a similar meaning exists in many languages. A huge number of articles have been written about the benefits of getting up at five in the morning, although it is usually not completely clear what exactly this benefit is.But getting up early and not getting enough sleep is fashionable.
Perhaps this is due to our collective “agricultural” unconscious: to get a good harvest, the farmer had to go to bed early and get up early, not waste time in order to have time to deal with all economic issues before sunset. Continue reading
Today we will talk about how to protect yourself from aggressive sellers, and if you are connected with sales, how to avoid falling into all sorts of difficulties in trying to sell the customer at any price what he really does not need.
It doesn’t matter what you buy or sell: a car, a fitness club card, insurance, or a toaster.
We distinguish assertiveness from aggressiveness
There is a difference between conditionally positive assertiveness and definitely negative aggressiveness, and it is worth catching. Continue reading