What to Do When People Don’t Behave During the Holidays

holiday fightingIt's the holidays and one thing is certain. Some people will not behave. They just won't play by the rules. And while most motivational speakers offer great ideas on how to get people to do what you want – this brilliant idea I am borrowing from something I saw on a Dr. Phil show.

I'm serious. This one rocks.

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  1. This is great, Linda! I think I will use it this week when I speak to a group on customer service. It will be a great exercise! Thank you for this perfectly timed post. Once again.

  2. Nice!!!  I like it!  Timing and tone – that's the coaching I use for my Frenchie.  And, it works!  Thanks for the great reminder once again.

  3. Great post. Great advice. You reminded me how much I used to enjoy watching Oprah and Dr. Phil together when I had a more flexible lifestyle. Those original shows were always so insightful and made me laugh too.

  4. I hope that guy doesn't have kids.  I learned this very valuable lesson from the "Goddess of Preschoolers" who my kids were soooo fortunate to be nurtured by from 2 years to 5 years old. Great reminder!

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