To become a good communicator in something you have to be committed to making some changes and, like the kid kissing the pig, you have to be all in.
When my husband, Ken, asked me what I wanted for my birthday this year, I new what I wanted – to spend the day in Seattle and take my first ride on the Big Wheel.
How many conversations do we miss out on because we aren’t looking up?
It’s the small things that count. People don’t remember the stuff you gave them, but they always remember how you made them feel when they were with you.
A small issue can turn into a really big one if you don’t deal with it sooner rather than later.
Smiling can be a powerful communication tool. And, many studies have concluded that smiles come with lots of unexpected benefits.
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