Archive for March, 2007

You Don't Have to Be an Island: "Self-Sufficiency Syndrome" is Radio Show Focus – Emotional Pro

March 28th, 2007

3/29/2007 Thursday 9am to 10am Pacific Time If you can’t (or won’t) get help, listen to Peggy Collins. If you’re an overloaded employee who won’t seek assistance, an overachieving manager who doesn’t delegate or an overwhelmed supermom who picks up the kids while closing the biggest sale of her career by cell phone, you’ll want […]

The Metamorphosis of Modern Medicine: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly – Emotional Pro

March 22nd, 2007

3/22/2007 Thursday 9am to 10am Pacific Time Attention Baby Boomers! And everyone else! Even if you have been healthy all your life and are famous for non-attendance at annual checkups, what’s happening in medicine matters to you. Find out why a recent neurological surgeon’s meeting was vitally concerned about how to attract neurosurgeons to California […]

Time The Hidden Experience of Introverts – Maximizing Advantages for The Quiet Ones – Emotional Pro

March 15th, 2007

3/15/2007 Thursday 9am to 10am Pacific Time How well can you make cold calls if you’re an Introvert? What emotions do you have to work through when you’re in a job that requires you to be “out there” with customers, co-workers, and other contacts, yet you are an Introvert, perhaps dreading doing anything other than […]

Can You Turn A Complaint Into A Gift, and Make Millions? – Emotional Pro

March 8th, 2007

3/8/2007 Thursday 9am to 10am Pacific Time Most people in business really dislike getting complaints. They learn to work with them, ease the customer through their upset; but most don’t really like them. But what if complaints are really a gift that help us improve our business, connect more deeply with our customers and learn? […]

Ignoring Emotions Does Not Work – Emotional Pro

March 5th, 2007

James intended to get a lot of work done on Wednesday. That was his telecommuting day, when he could work from home. Tuesday night he made a list of the four things he planned to accomplish: tally and submit his work expenditures for the past month for reimbursement, tie up the loose ends with the […]