What happens when the ‘butterflies in your stomach’ are ruling your thoughts? You know, that feeling physically and mentally swirling about often called a bad case of jitters, butterflies or nerves. When that happens, the trick is to get your butterflies flying in formation! But how? Try one or all of these 5 techniques to […]
Saying ‘yes’ when you mean ‘no’ is a boundary issue. Some boundaries can be easily recognized, other boundaries can be stealth…. Those recognized and those that are stealth differ for everyone based on past experiences, unconscious bias, limited beliefs etc. A common boundary issue I see plays out like this: You are overwhelmed with demands […]
I had the honor to be on Trevor Blattner’s podcast The Top One Percent! EP #014: BODY LANGUAGE & CONFLICT MANAGEMENT WITH SHARON SAYLER WHAT YOU’LL LEARN IN TODAY’S EPISODE: The importance of understanding body language and how you can use yours to communicate better. How she found out about body language and found […]
Oh “No!” Your mouth just said, “Yes” when inside you’re still screaming, “Say No! Say No!” Now you’re stuck… and once again you find yourself asking, “Why do people have to be so demanding, so difficult? Can’t they see I’m busy?” As your inner voice is screaming “If you say ‘No,’ they’re not going to […]
‘Fake It Until You Make It’ Never Works because FAKING IS FAKING, let me explain~
How you talk to yourself is directly reflected in your nonverbal communication. You can’t stop it, how you feel – ‘fake’ie’ – comes through loud and clear…. You say ‘fake it,’ and your mind does just that, IT FAKES IT.
Did you know that 90 to 95% of what we do comes from habit or the unconscious mind. That’s HUGE! It’s necessary too. Imagine having to tell yourself having to breathe in – breathe out….
The workplace is under pressure these days. Many people are feeling extra stress as they are confused, dismayed, frustrated, maybe even hurt or frightened. This extra stress can lead to conflict in the workplace, but it doesn’t have to. Often thought of as negative, conflict can lead to constructive change. Understanding what I call “Chair […]
With the birth of the first child of Catherine and Prince William, the Duchess and Duke of Cambridge, there is much talk of the baby’s future and the legacy of his family. Not all of us can leave a legacy of the British throne, but we can leave a powerful legacy in other ways. The […]
Why Familiarity Rarely Breeds Contempt… There is an old saying: “Familiarity breeds contempt.” Yes, it’s true, familiarity can breed contempt. The longer we are around someone or something, the more inclined we are to find fault with it, but it rarely starts that way. Every day my friend ‘Debbi’ (changed name) and I would have […]
Love the holidays, but hate those family gatherings? It’s that time of year again, but amidst your well-wishes and season’s greetings do you ever find yourself praying that a certain family member just won’t show up this year or dreading the hours of shopping you’ll have to do to make sure everyone gets the perfect […]
Understanding the unconscious messages you send and how they harm or enhance your part in conflict can determine your career future. On April 24th, join Sharon Sayler, MBA, CEC, behavioral communications expert and founder of Competitive Edge Communications for more information on defusing workplace conflict through what you say and how you say it, join our webinar: Courage under Fire: How to Defuse Conflict in the Workplace presented on April 24.