Stealing Stuff

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This blog provides additional information to the attached video clip.  The clip is from an assertiveness presentation I did for The Business Building Academy.

In my presentation on assertiveness, Don’t Act Like Prey!, I discuss the three R’s of assertiveness:  relationship, rights, and respect.  In this presentation I used the customer/supplier relationship as an example and we discussed the rights of each party.  In this clip, we are discussing the rights of the supplier.  One right of the supplier is that the customer will not steal her stuff.

I never would have thought of that until this story happened to me.

Now Available! 52 Weeks of Wisdom

1, SF_52WeeksOfWisdom_FINAL COVER_022215, front_edited-1, squareBefore you can lead others, you must lead yourself.

Before you can successfully lead, manage, or influence others, you must have control over your life.  To do this, you need to be aware of what makes you you.  What are your thoughts? Values? Beliefs? Passions? Goals? Motivations?  Who are you, and why are you the way you are?

52 Weeks of Wisdom, A Guide to Self Leadership for Women presents 52 reflections on these questions.  Equally beneficial whether read straight through of over the course of a year, this book will help you gain a new perspective about you, your motivations, and your actions.  It is invaluable guide to help you create the life you want and the person you want to become.

To order, go to SusanLFarrell.com or to Amazon.com.

Thank you!

52 Weeks of Wisdom, A Guide to Self Leadership for Women

1, SF_52WeeksOfWisdom_FINAL COVER_022215, front_edited-1, squareI am very happy to announce that I just gave final approval for my newest book, 52 Weeks of Wisdom, A Guide to Self Leadership for Women, to be published.  It will be available from my website, SusanLFarrell.com and Amazon in a couple of weeks.

My mission is to provide ideas to encourage women to think about what they do, why they do it, and do they want to change.  This books provides 52 ideas to encourage you to think.

Stress Less for Less Stress

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We all have stress in our lives.  We have stress in our professional lives and we have stress in our personal lives.  People and situations cause us stress.

And yet, most of our stress comes from us.  We create stress.  We create more stress than we need to when we worry about things, when we overreact to things.  The more we stress, the more stress we have.

If you want less stress in your life, stress less!