Everyone knows someone difficult, but few people know how best to deal with irritating characters. Here’s some good news: When you change how you view annoying people, most of them will miraculously lose their effect – at least on you. According to workplace training consultant Monica Wofford, individuals who appear difficult simply don’t handle things the same way as the person judging them. Her advice is smart, insightful and easy to read. While she includes too much promotion of her consulting services and professional products, Wofford’s treatise offers a worthwhile approach to a tough topic. getAbstract recommends her engaging business fable to readers who need relief from difficult people.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to eliminate “difficult people” from your life by altering your own thinking and
- What the “CORE Multidimensional Awareness Profile” is and how it can help.
About the Author
Monica Wofford, a certified CORE coach, is founder and CEO of Contagious Companies Inc., a training and consulting firm.
Comment on this summary
6 years agoThe only way someone can form an opinion is because they don't know the facts.your life is not lived on theory.it is lived on facts! And if you feel like you know better then share what you know.not about them,but about you.for all you skeptical people and individuals need to be born again.there is only one God,one Judge,one Jury,one trial,because of mercy and Grace you have many!
6 years agoI deal with difficult people in my church,my life! I know how it feels to be difficult because I was difficult.and I see how that could make someone frustrated.I'm glad that they had patience with me.maybe because they realized the same thing as I do now.
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6 years agoLacklustre attempt to describe the book - could do with a contents summary and a few meaningful key points to make it more appealing. I will not be purchasing based on this scant info...
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