44 The Best Shows of 2018

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The Best Shows of 2018

“You have to look back to move forward” my gramma Tiny used to say and I couldn’t agree more. Today we are looking back at the top-rated shows of last year. In doing so, popular themes of interest popped out.

Theme’s like;

Boundaries, how to fortify them, protect them and what to do when someone oversteps your boundaries.

What to say. Tough things are tough – duh, but when you have the right phrasing in your pocket for those tough situations, it helps to make those situations a little less ‘difficult’.

Reactions, emotions and the residue that is left from conflict, were several more themes that were popular.

This is not your typical “the best of” show. I break down the key points and some fun facts about each episode. As is per usual, I went off on a few “elaborations’ tantrums.

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Team Trust Busters ep 4

The Grand Simplifier with Dr. Laura Gallaher

The Avoider

Bossing and Boundaries

How to Avoid Alienating Clients with Nikki Rausch

What to Say when you don’t know What to Say

No Vision, No Value

Bosses and Bad Behavior

How to Speak so that someone will listen in a Conflict

Incivility in the Workplace with Karen Cooley

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Show Intro music is Whispering Through by Asura


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