We have all been there, trying to communicate with the people, places and things we don’t want to be anywhere near.
I’ll admit to being one of those people. No one is perfect.
Holiday shopping, ugh… Traffic, long lines, and testy moods.
Seems like the antithesis of what the holidays are supposed to be about.
All the copies of the bestselling novel are checked out and there are 430 people ahead of you.
It’s makes you want to growl in frustration.
You can’t get a copy of that paper you just spent the last two hours typing because the library’s printer just broke down.
Interested in conquering the difficulty? Work on a strategy to succeed.
GPL has many resources to help you cope with difficulty:
Dealing with difficult people
Getting past no: negotiation in difficult situation
Lamp in the darkness: illuminating the past through difficult times
Lion taming: the courage to deal with difficult people, including yourself
Speaking your mind in 101 difficult situations
The Third alternative: solving life’s most difficult problems
When things fall apart: heart advice for difficult time
Winning with difficult people
On Lynda.com – GPL’s featured database of the month – You can learn many new skills relating to business, technology, and communication.
You have free access to over 5,000 course with your library card.
Take a moment to listen to: “Having Difficult Conversations” led by Britt Andreatta
Scottish author and government reformer Samuel Smiles said “The very greatest things – great thoughts, discoveries, inventions – have usually been nurtured in hardship, often pondered over in sorrow, and at length established with difficulty.
When you work to achieve harmony and overcome difficulty; those are probably the most remembered moments of our lives.