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.
A few weeks ago, I was contacted by Simply Her Magazine to give coaching advice on workplace persona and how one should carry oneself at work. Simply Her magazine is a consumer lifestyle guide in Singapore, with a readership of 110,000. It offers practical solutions…
“Hi Celes, I have a problem tracking down the tasks I need to be done and the deadlines… I’ve tried several software solutions but haven’t found yet one that is good for me. I am looking for a place where i can keep my notes and personal information as well as my errands and tasks together. And of course the events on a calendar. Which ones do you use? Which ones do you recommend?” – Mário
This is the final part of my review for T. Harv Eker’s “Never Work Again” 4-Day Seminar. Be sure to read parts 1-3 before reading this final review.
As I mentioned in Day 2 update, I was running my own workshop on 7 Habits of Straight A Students on NWA Day 3, so I didn’t attend NWA morning and afternoon sessions. After my workshop, I planned to attend the remainder of NWA for Day 3, only to see Tatt’s sms that O and him have left the seminar as it was the same formula used in Day 1 / Day 2.