After over 2 million copies of his coauthored books in 25 languages and after performing over 4000 keynote and seminar programs in 17 countries, Dr. Rick Brinkman finally hit the big time by being featured by his own Cats on their Feline News Network broadcast in all versions of Cat-onese.
The solutions to all your meeting issues has arrived. From McGraw-Hill and Dr. Rick Brinkman the coauthor of the multi-million international bestseller (25 languages) Dealing with People You Can't Stand, How to Bring Out the Best in People at Their Worst.
Dr. Rick Brinkman explains why people act the way they do and what you can do about it, to employees of ITV London, UK at their December Lunch & Learn.
Steve Jobs said, "Focus is about saying 'no' to 1000 things. I am as proud of the things we have said 'no' to as those we have said 'yes'". Here is a great article on "no".
Have you ever come back to work after a holiday with firm intentions that this time you will manage your commitments better? Yet, a few weeks back at work and that resolution seems a distant dream.
It seems that nearly everyone wrestles with this issue and none more than the people who like to be busy, involved and contributory in their daily activities - and I include myself in that group.
It was useful to remind myself the other day about the first of the 8 Top Time Tips on the back of my business card. (Almost every attendee of a conference or workshop gets one):
The No. 1 Tip: 'No is your most powerful time management tool.' .... read more here
A Place For Mom (aplaceformom.com) - How to Make Healthier Choices While Enjoying the Holidays - By APMM Admin - (Friday, December 16, 2014) For most, the holiday season begins at Thanksgiving and ends in the New Year. The season is a time of joy, nostalgia, giving, shopping, traveling, social events and of eating many festive foods and treats.
In addition to the many foods and treats we eat, the stress from holidays can also be brought on by unwanted guests such as family tension, loneliness, depression and stress. Read More...
I am proud to announce that our book Dealing with People You Can't Stand, How to Bring Out the Best in People at Their Worst (Brinkman & Kirschner, McGraw-Hill 2004, 2003, 2012) is now in it's 25th language. The companion book which we affectionately call "the Cliff Notes" version: 24 Lessons for Managers: Dealing with Difficult People has also come out in Polish.
LISTEN VIA SOUND-CLOUD SHOW SUMMARY
1. What is Conscious Communication? 2. What are the top ten difficult behaviors plus 3? 3. The behaviors are not “personality typing” 4. Strategies for specific behaviors. The “Whining” Example 5. Can we really change someone’s behavior? 6. The four choices for dealing with the difficult people 7. Addressed a question involving a condescending boss (Sniper) 8. Closing remarks about options, zillions of opportunities to practice each day, etc.
University of Lincoln
People who are aware they are asleep when they are dreaming have better than average problem-solving abilities, new research has discovered. Experts say that those who experience ‘lucid dreaming’ -- a phenomenon where someone who is asleep can recognize that they are dreaming -- can solve problems in the waking world better than those who remain unaware of the dream until they wake up.
Listen to this 20 minute podcast where we specifically touch on Know-it-All behavior and how to open people's mind to the ideas of others. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/legalmanagementtalk/2014/08/12/how-to-deal-with-high-maintenance-co-workers-in-your-law-firm
You can buy food from farmers — directly, through markets, any way you can find — and I hope you do. But unless you’re radically different from most of us, much of what you eat comes from corporations that process, market, deliver and sell “food,” a majority of which is processed beyond recognition.
The problem is that real food isn’t real profitable. “It’s hard to market fruit and vegetables without adding value,” says Marion Nestle, a professor of nutrition, food studies and public health at New York University. “If you turn a potato into a potato chip you not only make more money — you create a product with a long shelf life.” Potatoes into chips and frozen fries; wheat into soft, “enriched” bread; soybeans into oil and meat; corn into meat and a staggering variety of junk.
How do we break this cycle? ..... READ MORE RECOMMENDED