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Managing Your Hot Buttons: How to Keep People from Pushing Them

Strong feelings are fine, it's the overreactions that mess us up.

- Albert Ellis -


..slow down and self-edit and ask yourself the three things
you must always ask yourself before you say anything:
"Does this need to be said?"
"Does this need to be said by me?"
"Does this need to be said by me now?"

- Craig Ferguson -



Want to be more at ease, confident, and in control--come what may?

Learn techniques that will help you stay focused and manage your responses, self-talk, feelings and actions--especially in challenging circumstances. 

Learn what you can and cannot control and when (and how) to let it go.

Become more flexible, open to unexpected opportunities, and successful at building rapport, trust and positive relationships.



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