Newsletters related to Relationship Skills

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  • Regaining rapport when someone is upset with you
    May 6, 2014

    Even in the best relationships your counterpart will likely become upset with you from time to time. This tool will help you to successfully resolve such situations and rebuild the relationship. You might even find that successfully dealing with the situation will make the relationship even stronger than it was before.

  • How to create rapport when meeting someone new
    April 15, 2014

    Whether you meet one new person a month or ten new people a day, the way you begin a relationship with someone will go a long way towards determining how the relationship will unfold in the future. Today I want to look at what you can do starting out when meeting someone new for the ...

  • An introduction to the art of rapport
    April 2, 2014

    When wanting to create rapport with someone else, you need to start out by creating rapport with yourself first. You need to feel comfortable in your own skin, in your own shoes. And the way you do that is to begin by calming yourself and becoming receptive to everything taking place in and around you.

  • Achieve greater clarity and purpose by resolving inner conflict
    March 5, 2014

    Learn how to resolve your inner conflicts – when one part says yes and the other says no – to achieve your goals, e.g. weight loss, going to the gym, etc.

  • Creating great relationships by modeling others
    February 15, 2014

    How to build and maintain a high quality relationship with others by learning from those who do it best, i.e. model excellence.

  • The act of forgiveness is an act of self love!
    December 15, 2013

    The longer we dwell on hurtful situations from the past, the longer we keep ourselves from living fully in the present, and in the process we often bring about further pain and suffering. Forgiveness is an act of kindness.

  • Build better relationships with people who are different than you
    December 1, 2013

    When something appears as unnatural, we often don’t have positive thoughts regarding a person. We tend to have judgments about this person. So, what to do?

  • Everyday Anger Management
    October 15, 2013

    The angrier someone is over a long period of time, the more difficulty they have in expressing their full range of emotions. Their anger overwhelms them and blocks out the possibility of them feeling emotions like sadness, happiness, and love.

  • Building better relationships
    August 1, 2013

    You can build better relationships by learning how to understand and appreciate the perspectives of others. In fact I would say that many of the challenges we face when in relationship are due to the fact that we don’t truly understand the other person.

  • Positive Intention: With yourself
    June 1, 2013

    Today’s podcast walks you through how to use the concept of positive intention to forge a better relationship with yourself.

  • It’s a new day, a new dawn – Positive Intention with others
    May 15, 2013

    Today’s podcast again discusses the concept of “positive intention”. This podcast talks about how to improve your relationships with others, by assuming that people really do want to be involved in relationships that serve all parties involved.

  • Positive Intention
    May 1, 2013

    Positive intention is a fundamental concept you can use to improve your relationship with others, and also to improve your relationship with yourself. Positive intention is- An intention or goal that is meant to bring about beneficial results for everyone involved. No one is hurt or demeaned along the way.

  • The Circle of Life
    December 15, 2012

    Shortly after being diagnosed with late stage brain cancer, my mom began to lose her ability to communicate in words. She went from saying “I’m thirsty, please give me a glass of water.” to eventually only being able to say, “Water!”.

  • A Description of the Seishindo MindBody Coaching – Part 3
    June 15, 2012

    As we begin today, I would like to borrow a concept from Self-relations Therapy, and invite you to use each and every event and experience you encounter, to awaken to the goodness and gifts of the self, the world, and the connections between the two.

  • A Description of the Seishindo MindBody Coaching – Part 2
    June 1, 2012

    What I want to make clear, is that anyone who is wanting to help another person change can use the principles I describe. A parent, a spouse, a manager, a friend. Indeed, most of the “change conversations” we engage in do not take place in a professional coaching setting.

  • A Description of the Seishindo MindBody Coaching – Part 1
    May 16, 2012

    Much of what I do when coaching has developed with a certain amount of serendipity. I started out with concepts from NLP and Ericksonian Hypnosis, and then I added principles from Aikido, Noguchi Sei Tai, Gregory Bateson, and Self-relations Therapy.