Hi, It turns out, at about age three or four, we start to believe we frequently have to choose between telling the truth and keeping a friend. This one, simple…
You’re probably thinking how can CPR solve a confrontation!? “I’m supposed to grab the person I’m disagreeing with and blow air into their mouth…..?”. I’m sure you’d leave the other…
The first 30 seconds of a tough conversation determines its potential. If we can do 2 things right from the start, our likelihood of success skyrockets.
When we lie to keep friends, we ruin our relationships. Making progress at work & home starts with the truth.
There’s nothing wrong with having problems with other people. The challenge is how you handle them. Here’s how to proceed in a healthy, helpful way:
How do we face tough issues? How can we confront problems in a way where the other person listens? You have to make it safe.
When people own up to their choices, they have the opportunity for real change. Here’s how to create a space where we can connect with someone in a way that leads to self-motivated change.
In accountability conversations, our brains are on high alert for threats. So, how do we confront an issue without making someone shut down?
With family or friends, accountability gets tricky, but it is possible to confront issues without harming the relationship.