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What does great communication look like, and how do married couples develop that unity?
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Affection and Communication
Jimmy and Karen Evans of Marriage Today talk about the importance of affection and communication in a strong marriage.
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photo credit: nerosunero via photopin cc   I taught dance fitness classes part time for a few years. Recently, I decided to “retire” my instructor shoes and bring an end to my fitness instructing life. It is a bittersweet ending. As I was reflecting on the men and women, whom I’ve had the pleasure of serving, I learned what makes a great dance fitness instructor. My husband and I recently started taking ballroom dance lessons once a month.»
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photo credit: gwilmore (I HATE THE NEW LAYOUT!) via photopin cc     With so many rules on communication, where you do go for strategies that work? Personally, I turn to the Bible. Whether you are a Christian or not, the Bible has some great wisdom on communication. 2 Timothy 3:16 tells us that “All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness.” The Bible warns us that»
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Photo Credit: Marc Wathieu via Compfight cc This article on Tips to Build Effective Communication Skills was contributed by Celia Wang at Dale Carnegie Training, a company founded on the principles of the famous speaker and author of “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” Today, the company offers leadership training to help businesses and individuals achieve their goals. We have long heard that communication is key, but many peo»
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Photo Credit: Marc Wathieu via Compfight cc This article on Tips to Build Effective Communication Skills was contributed by Dale Carnegie Training, a company founded on the principles of the famous speaker and author of “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” Today, the company offers leadership training to help businesses and individuals achieve their goals. We have long heard that communication is key, but many people don’t re»
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photo credit: gwilmore (I HATE THE NEW LAYOUT!) via photopin cc   With so many rules on communication, where you do go for strategies that work? Personally, I turn to the Bible. Whether you are a Christian or not, the Bible has some great wisdom on communication. 2 Timothy 3:16 tells us that “All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness.” The Bible warns us that wh»
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photo credit: C.P.Storm via photopin cc Let me start by saying, competition isn’t a dirty word. Your competitors aren’t mean Shrek-like ogres (at least not all of them). They don’t have to be entities that you greatly disdain. In fact, they can be entities you greatly admire. You can learn a lot from your competition. Here is an example to start us off about focusing on competition. I work with a lot of leaders in business or corporate s»
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  Great relationships can be formed with your clients if you give it some effort. To make this happen, your clients need to hear from you and need to see you anticipating their needs along the way. Think about the great service you have received and how you can pass that along. It doesn’t take much, but it does take strategic thought. Here are five pointers to create better communication and relationships with your clients.   1. Remember that»
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“Emptiness has a way of demanding to be filled.” ~Lysa Terkeurst I read this phrase in Lysa’s book Made To Crave. After I read it, the sentenced bounced around in my soul until the message fully coated all that was in me. How are you choosing to fill the emptiness that is tugging on you for attention? Are those ways helping you or hurting you? Feeling empty is not something we can see in others or recognize in ourselves. I was savoring the»