• Abigail Ann

How to Have a Successful Disagreement

Updated: Aug 10

Episode #6: Do you cringe when you think of the word “disagreement?” Join Sue, (the coach) and Abigail (the web designer) as they walk through 10 steps to bring success to all your future disagreements. A successful disagreement can be a game changer. Find out how. *Episode produced by Keith Mohr



Question from the Audience:

"How do I deal with an employee or a work partner after we had a not so great confrontation? I feel like I'm walking on eggshells." This can be a difficult thing to navigate, but Sue and I discuss how to break this down so it doesn't feel like such a battle.


Hacks, Tips, Tricks, and Gadgets: The Birdie Safety Alarm

A review on their website says a girl was getting out of her car and a man was standing at the end of her drive way... he wasn't approaching her but she felt uncomfortable. She activated Birdie and the man sped walk away and never came back. This colorful alarm has a 130 decibel alarm, a flashing strobe light, and is designed to deter an attack. Their slogan is, "When in doubt, pull it!" Today's gadget is called the Birdie. Meet the personal safety alarm. Made for women, by women. If you've ever been in a situation like this where it didn't feel appropriate to use a weapon or even pepper spray, this can be a great alternative!


How to Make Your Business Better:

Today's topic is all about how to handle a disagreement, successfully. Whether you're working your way through building your career or building a business, disagreements will come up. I'm one of the most non-confrontational people so this episode is near and dear to my heart. In this episode, we discussed 10 ways to handle a disagreement successfully.


Featured on Today's Episode:

Jena Dekdebrun–Muletown Kids


Resource:

Todays resource is from Dale Carnegie. He put together something called The Golden Book, it includes many different ways on how to become a friendlier person. We talked about the top 10 principles that he listed to becoming a friendlier person.





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