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Tips to Help You Decide if Life Coaching is Right for You

14th November 2011
Dear Friend, Are you a fan of wearing a watch? If not, I’m going to educate you on why it is important to wear one, and it’s not only to tell you the time. You may be in a certain profession where you dress up for work and your suit or outfit fit... Read >
Author: Darrin Marsh

How to Deal with Girls When They Play Mind Games? - Turn The Tables and Play Her in Her Own Game

26th May 2010
Have you ever had of feeling of being played when around women? Have you ever had to face public embarrassment just because a certain girl would not give you the respect you deserve? You see there are several poor souls out there who become a victim of su... Read >
Author: Pushpa Pal Singh

4 Most Important Qualities Every Girl Wants in Her Man! Every Man Must Read This

13th May 2010
What a girl really wants is a question over which lots of people have tried to find the answer. Girls or females are complicated creatures. So it takes time to figure them out. Though every girl is different there are some basic things that are common to ... Read >
Author: Rahul Talwar

How to Use Reverse Psychology to Recover Your Broken Relationship

12th June 2009
Whatever it is that made you break up with your ex, you will most likely feel an intense pain. You will keep recalling how you used to enjoy when you were together. You may be interested in recovering your broken relationship. What should you do, particul... Read >
Author: Chris J Roberts

Listening with Intention

28th March 2008
"It is the province of knowledge to speak, and it is the privilege of wisdom to listen." -- Oliver Wendell Holmes Persuading powerfully has many ingredients -- being flexible, really understanding criteria and core values, and one of the most important... Read >
Author: Kenrick E. Cleveland

The Lost Art Of Listening

01st January 2006
"The Lost Art of Listening." (c) Camilla Barker 2005 Ever wondered why we use the words, "need a shoulder to cry on" and "I'll be your ears"? These phrases have, over time, lost some of their deeper meaning and become yet more clichés in the Engli... Read >
Author: Camilla Barker
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