Monday, October 30, 2017

Red Alert: Ear Buds and Head Phones

Be careful with ear buds and head phones! Why? Many times the volume is louder than it needs to
be. The volume doesn’t need to  be so loud that others hear it. That is the quickest way for you to get a hearing loss. An easy way to check the volume is to turn on the i-pod or radio BEFORE you put in the ear piece or ear buds. If you can hear the music,  the volume is too loud.

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Monday, October 23, 2017

Listening And Taking Notes

Good listeners are note takers. They realize that minds are imprecise and memory is imperfect. Note taking helps you follow unorganized speakers, locate key points and identify supporting data.

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Monday, October 16, 2017

Com. Power >> Creative Visualization

Com. Power
The following steps can help you resolve a problem . . . every time! 

1.       Close your eyes.
2.      Visualize the problem you have.
3.      See the problem as an “onion.” Peel away a layer to see what’s underneath.
4.      See the problem clearly.
5.      Do this until you get to the core. That is the “real” problem.
6.      See your solutions.
7.      Open up your eyes and carry out the process.

Try these steps every time you want to identify and resolve a problem. Trust the process and trust the information you see when your eyes are closed. 

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Tuesday, October 10, 2017


Do you make New Years Resolutions? I did when I was younger, but not anymore. Making a resolution for a whole year seemed overwhelming. I’ve learned that if you take things one step at a time, and one day at a time, that ideas are resolved better and faster.

Where do you need to start? What are your instincts screaming right now? Do yourself a favor and do it!

Make a point of resolving things right away. Because, the quicker you get it together, the quicker the results!

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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

COMMIT to Listening

In order to become a better listener, there needs to be a commitment. Listening requires patience, persistence and a plan for improvement. Casual involvement and genuine commitment are not the same thing. What is your commitment to your listening improvement?

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