WOOD: We have a tendency to fixate on the most devastating of critiques, rather than focusing on the ones that offer honest, objective and useful feedback
WOOD: Picking up the early cues gives you more time to take action, change what you’re doing or prepare for what’s coming next
WOOD: If fear is putting you in an inner conflict, try collaboration instead of fighting and imagine a more triumphant outcome
WOOD: If our context is limited, the conclusions we make could be misleading. This puts us into unnecessary conflict because we simply don’t gather finer distinctions
WOOD: Bad neighbours are a fact of life, but before you end up in a feud or calling the bylaw officer, there are a few things you can do to find peace
CHIDIAC: Apple uses it. Google uses it. Deutsche Bank uses it. Even General Mills uses it. So why not you?
WOOD: Learn how to express your feelings in more productive ways and keep an explosive temper from hijacking your life
WOOD: You have every right to choose a new path, but make sure you’re not overreacting based on your own insecurity or a misinterpretation of the situation