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Why does Reverse psychology works?

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Reverse psychology is based on an emotional phenomenon called “reactance” that describes what in practice is that negative emotion that the mind generates when someone tries to convince us of something.
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Principles of giving effective feedback

 

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Feedback is a tool used permanently, regardless of the field, both in personal life and professional life. We will learn together three types of feedback, how to use feedback to have results and how not to use it so that it does not turn into a boomerang that can turn against us.

Giving feedback in a professional manner leads to improved behavior of people with whom we are working with, will generate effective communication regardless of the position we give it (manager, employee, colleague, spouse, parent, business partner). Continue reading

It’s Not What You Know, But How Much You Know?

                                                                                      
 

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You have your own way of understanding the world around you. Your perception does not mean that this is reality. You can not always have all the information, just as you can not find on a map the smallest details. Your map is your representation of reality rather than reality itself.
You create this map by filtering information through the senses, language, beliefs and values, and through your experience.
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Take the next step.

 

the-me-i-want-to-beWant to be a better you? Have you ever dreamed about being a better person but don’t know how to get started..? There is no Secret, if you want to make small daily changes you only have to make one step at a time.

“Change your thoughts and you change your world.” – Norman Vincent Peale Continue reading

How do you recognize a Passive – Aggressive Behaviour

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Maybe you often hear the phrase “passive-aggressive behavior,” but you had no idea what it means. Verbal violence could be the first feature that you can think in such cases. If it’s a passive and aggressive  behavior  at the same time, probably it won’t get to episodes of physical violence, right? Such logic is acceptable, but it is not the case for this type of behavior. In reality, those who have passive-aggressive behavior usually are responsible for many Continue reading