Patricia Haddock

Don’t Let Snap Judgments Bite You in the Butt

The story you tell yourself may not be true Credit: TheDigitalArtist @pixabay You’re walking down the street at night when someone starts walking toward you. You immediately “size them up.” Safe? Unsafe? Iffy? Sober? High? Respectable? Disreputable? Why are they hunched over? Are they hiding something? What do I do? You judge the situation in …

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Beginner’s Guide to Blogging for Business

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You want people to spread the word about your business and its unique value by sharing your posts. When you provide valuable information, people will forward it to their friends and clients. Make this easy by asking them to share your posts and by including social media icons. All they have to do is click on the icon to spread the word.

How to Communicate like a Pro

The ability to write and speak clearly and accurately is the mark of a professional whether you are in a career or are an entrepreneur. Good communication skills help others understand you and help you understand them. This leads to fewer mistakes, better relationships, and increased productivity.

Over the next 10 days, you will discover strategies, tactics, and tools to help improve your communication skills, increase your confidence when presenting your ideas, and improve your written communication.

How to Improve Your Self-Confidence

Online Courses : How to Improve Your Self-Confidence

Self-confident people have a can-do attitude that helps others see them as competent, capable professionals. They believe that they can meet and overcome obstacles and are willing to face challenges. The right amount of self-confidence is necessary if you want to succeed in your chosen profession or business.

Do You Need a Coach, Mentor, or Consultant?–Part Three

Do You Need a Consultant? A consultant provides advice, recommendations, and solutions. They often are experts in their field and have worked with leading companies either in-house or as independent consultants. They have vast knowledge of best practices and state-of-the-art information of their industry. Consultants don’t work with you to elicit skills improvement, nor do …

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