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Perspective on Stress Management

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Stress management is about the business of just handling one’s state when stress emerges; it exists on the premise that stress is an objective experience that affects everyone the same way. But we can demonstrate this is false by placing two people under the same would-be stressful experience. Stress Affecting …

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Ban Vs. Educate?

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Ban Vs. Educate? Which is optimal? A ban aims to prevent a behavior. When the behavior is violated, a punitive is given. Punishment. The punishment is to serve as a justice for the behavior violation; it’s labeled a crime. The justice process, going through the punishment is to assist the …

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Four Ways to Improve Your Negotiation Skills

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***This is a Contributor Post*** Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash Negotiation can be a challenging skill to master. Whether you use it in your professional or personal life, the art of negotiation isn’t something that comes naturally to many, so most people find they have to work on improving their …

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Proof of Mastered Experience

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An experience is an interface between our outer (external peering, ex-peer-ience) and inner perception. While we can take a passive approach to experiencing, letting life happen as some say, aspirants work to co-create with experiences, seeing them as opportunities to develop. We’ve mastered experiences when we’re no longer at the …