“Celes, I was reading one of your articles and noticed a reader mentioning the movie ‘Yes Man’ in his comment. After reading the comment, I watched the movie and really felt a positive change in me. I will be really grateful if you could suggest similar movies that can help me in self-improvement.” – Fahad, Pakistan
Today’s post is different from usual. We’re going into the topic of movies – specifically, movies with meaningful life lessons for us to learn. Get some popcorn before you continue reading!
This is the last part of the new series on how to deal with rude people – especially your co-workers, associates, customers and managers. Be sure to read parts 1 and 2 first if you haven’t. Part 1: How To Deal With Rude People –…
Those of you who follow my Twitter and Facebook updates would know I’ve been busy working on my upcoming book in the past week. This book, titled Personal Excellence Book, is a compilation of 120 premium, personal development articles written by me, which includes 110…
This is part-2 of the new series on how to deal with rude people – especially your co-workers, associates, customers and managers. Be sure to read part-1 first if you haven’t.
5) Objectify the situation
Is the person being really rude? Or could you be misinterpreting the signals? Even if the person is indeed out of the line, could your emotions be making the situation appear worse than it really is?
This is part-1 of the new series on how to deal with rude people – especially your co-workers, associates, customers and managers.
I rarely deal with rude people in my life. Whenever I encounter someone rude, I shed them away.
However, there are times when you don’t have the luxury of choice. Say, if the person is a co-worker, a manager, a business associate, a customer, or a client.