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What’s the best way to give criticism?

A Buddhist response – Before offering criticism, consider your intentions. It’s easy for ulterior motives to color the feedback you give. How are you entering the conversations? With judgment? A desire to control. Are you hoping to intimidate -or to … Continue reading

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The Conversation

Tell us about your worst summer job. Best ever meal.  Persistently recurring anxiety dream. A mini arsenal of conversation sparkers  a great resource for dealing with shy folks political heat or ice that needs to be breaking. “What would you … Continue reading

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The Conversation

Occupational hazard: I had always considered myself an empathetic person, but it has become harder for me to walk away from situations in which I think I could help. It’s great to let your passion drive you, but you need … Continue reading

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