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Dealing with certain people day after day can be incredibly frustrating, don’t you think? Especially because you consider yourself a easy going, team player, and you’ve always figured you could get along well with all kinds of people. That was until that one day. It could be a number of things you can even find that have to work with them. They’re the people who often are uncooperative, uncommunicative, uncompromising, rude – and just plain unpleasant at times. They’re the people who probably flunked or did not attend “works well with others class” and it shows on their grade-school/life report cards. In short, they’re difficult people, and we all know who they are.
Aren’t you tired of the stress and aggravation that difficult people are causing you?
No one needs to remind you about the stress these kinds of people can inflict on you – you may have experienced it just this morning! It’s not fun at all. Worse, it’s unproductive. And the really frustrating part is that there just doesn’t seem to be a thing you can reasonably do about your situation.
Don’t you wish those infuriating people would just go away? That’s about as likely as a bad toothache just fixing itself.
Chances are you know someone who is controlling, always has to be right, stubborn, argumentative, and the list goes on and on. It may be a boss or coworker, a close friend or family member or even church members. We all have that one person that just gets under our skin. No matter how hard we try, it’s often difficult to get along with them consistently.
Today we'll discuss ways to deal with them and how your response to their actions matters.
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Do you have some difficult people in your life, unwanted stress, or need some fresh new ideas for better communication? If yes, then this show is for you! Sandra Crowe, author of "Since Strangling Isn't an Option" has trained numerous federal & corporate organizations for over 2 decades. Her purpose is to create awareness of ineffective behaviors and provide methodologies and action steps to offset them redirecting behavior toward more uplifti
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Mirror, Mirror On The Wall... Have you ever wondered why you seem to attract the same difficult people or situations in your life? Tune in this week as we examine difficult people and how they may be reflecting you. We'll also be giving 4 tips to help you deal with jerks holistically. Call in with questions or to share at 347-857-3456.
Just as maintaining a healthy lifestyle is a long term commitment based on a deeper understanding of ourselves, so is developing and maintaining healthy communication patterns and relationships. We must be willing to first look at ourselves and answer some tough, personal questions honestly
1) Why do I act and react the way I do?
2)How do I choose to communicate in most situations?
3) What attitude and behaviors am I willing to change in myself that may in turn, change the way other people treat and communicate with me?
4)What role and part do I play in my most frustrating relationship, both personal and professional?
It is important for us to recognize our own difficult behaviors and strategies as it is to identify these in others.
Roy talks about people who set you up to fail.
Callers: A gentleman wants to know the root cause of his problems. A lady is asking about the difference between sin and a mistake. Another caller is asking who set her up to fail.
For more information, and to find out about the Cure Stress Device and the accompanying book, visit http://www.fhu.com
Originally aired: April 8, 2013 – Hour 1
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E G Sebastian speaks six languages and presents in four: English, Spanish, Hungarian, and Romanian, but today you'll only need to hear one - How to Successfully deal with Difficult People! EG Sebastian is a dynamic speaker who never fails to keep his audience engaged with his high value presentations, humor, and interaction with the participants. His years of management experience, linked with his more than 15-years experience as a motivator and personal coach, m
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Are there people in your life that no matter how much you attempt to keep the peace, it seems that nothing is ever right and there is no satisfying them? Difficult People are becoming more established in today’s society and are multiplying. They are at work, in your home, part of your extended family and sitting next to you at Church. How we choose to or maybe a better word is how we choose NOT to deal with difficult people has granted them undeserved power and control.
Roy discusses the dangers coming. Callers: A man claims his parents tried to put out his light as a child. A caller says that, as a manager, he has to deal with unreasonable people. Click on the title to learn more about Roy Masters' book How Your Mind Can Make You Well. For more information, visit http://www.fhu.com.
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Just hearing the phrase know-it-all probably conjures up images of the faces of people you know who are like this —the kind of people who have poor listening skills and who tend to dominate every conversation—the kind of people who do not want learn anything new about a topic, no matter what the subject matter is, because they believe they already know everything about it. Life is filled with difficult people and that can be a huge source of frustration for those of us who must deal with them. W
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