August 11, 2015 Issue

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8 Responses to “August 11, 2015 Issue”

  1. Ken Says:

    Excellent advise for responding to a chronic arguer! Thanks for sharing your wisdom.
    KJM

  2. Jeff Stasney Says:

    You stated: P.S. If this describes your spouse more than your employees, read “Boundaries in Marriage” by Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend.

    No need to read “Boundaries in Marriage” by Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend. Men ALWAYS have the last two words with arguments with their wives….those two very important words are:
    “Yes Dear”.

  3. Russ Ramey Says:

    Great words of wisdom, i argue more than i should. But i am tired of it Reach a point of decision, make the best we can, and move on. .

  4. Ann Weisenburger Says:

    I don’t know how you do it……its like magic! We are scratching our head on how to deal with an “issue” and the answer is in you newsletter! Just yesterday one of our managers came to me and asked advice on how to deal with an employee that just wants to argue with her! …….and your wisdom strikes again! Thanks for a perfect answer once again.

  5. john knuth Says:

    OH yeah, Glenn – thanks for clearing up more responses we can take in order to “keep order” in our workplaces

    John Knuth Midwest Sound and Lighting

  6. Sarah Rose Says:

    Glenn, this could not have come at a better time for me and it has nothing to do with work….at least not on my part! My son just entered his freshman year of high school. He has honors classes and is having a bit of a struggle adjusting to rigors of high school English essay writing. He was so frustrated last evening. I think he might be more receptive to this article than any encouragement I can give. Thanks for sharing!!

  7. Bethany Lofgren Says:

    This is so timely, I’m not sure how you do that so often with topics that are currently happening, but I do appreciate it. My daughter is actually one that I find that argues everything and then ends with the ridiculous statement. Thanks for explaining some of that behavior, I will adjust (again) in how I talk with her and see if it helps. Thanks so much for sharing.

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