What’s your Performance Improvement Plan?

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Facing obstacles with courage Hi all! It's December again! No way! Yes way! How time flies. Remember 11 months ago when new plans were set and hopes were pretty high to achieve worthwile goals? Well, how did that pan out for you? In the corporate space, this time of the year signals another time for performance reviews so why not incorporate it in your relationship? As you get giddy with excitement during this holidays, take time to evaluate your relationship. Point out what's working and highlight what's not. Figure out what you can do better and thrash all the negatives. Sincerity is what you need to achieve this. Honestly assess your relationship within a…

Communication in Marriage: Winning with Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

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Effective Communication creates a win-win situation at all times. Communication The English term 'Communication' evolved from Latin language. 'Communis and communicare' are two Latin words related to the word communication. Communis is noun word, which means common, communiality or sharing. Similarly, communicare is a verb, which means 'make something common'. Some scholars relate the term communication with an English word community. Community members have something common to each other. communities are {supposed to be} formed with the tie of communication. It is the foundation of community. Hence, where there is no communication, there can't be a community. TO communicate is to share one's intimate thoughts or feelings with (someone), especially on a spiritual level.…

Vital Signs of a Healthy Relationship

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Relationships are in a state of flux, constantly evolving depending on the actions and/or inactions of persons in relationships. Your relationship is not where it was yesterday. It has either grown (and should continue to grow) or it is dying. Some school of thought argue that there are Static Relationships, but for this treatise, we will discount it. Those are the kind of relationships loosely described as "Complicated". Counselors generally advise to avoid or exit relationships that courts complexities for the simple reason that expectations cannot be set in a complicated relationship causing adjustments to become a roller coaster ride leading to frustration. What are you doing in your relationship? Growing your relationship? or…

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