Three Powerful Tips for Connecting Better with Others in Every Area of Your Life Photo of Michele Hart I have practiced law for 24 years and the past 18 years, I have focused exclusively on divorce and family law cases. I always knew I wanted to be a lawyer. I admired the power that I believed lawyers had to “win” rights for the clients they served. After all, I’ve always been a fighter. I have been knocked down a few times but I always found the strength and determination to get up and get back in the game.
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Three Powerful Tips for Connecting Better with Others in Every Area of Your Life

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Three Powerful Tips for Connecting Better with Others in Every Area of Your Life

Social connection is an essential human need.  According to research professor and best-selling author, Brené Brown, at the root of our desires for money, power, fame, beauty, or eternal youth is a need to belong, to be accepted, to connect

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The One Way to Achieve Greater Personal Connection When We Need it Most

As human beings, we crave love and connection with others.  As global pandemic restrictions and social distancing approach the one-year mark, maintaining that essential connection requires focus and effort. We are not currently able to participate in group activities like

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Level Up Your Negotiating Game with a Cue from Improv

Whether we know it or not, we’re negotiating all the time – from business partners, vendors, investors, and employees to spouses, or kids, or other family members. Negotiation is essentially the process by which we reach agreements.  The most successful

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Two Powerful Ways to Strengthen Your Romantic Relationship

When we look solely to the other person to fill our needs in a romantic relationship, things can quickly fall apart. I was guilty of doing this myself in previous relationships.  And now, people often come to me about divorce

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The Key to Transforming Conflict in Your Relationships into Connection

Conflict is an unavoidable part of life.  When we want to have close and strong relationships with others, the way we handle conflict defines those relationships. In my experience, both personal and professional, conflict happens when there’s a clash of

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How to Control Anxiety for Greater Personal Connection with Others

Our relationships and connections with others tend to suffer when we’re feeling anxious.  Yet ironically, it’s our relationships and connections that play a key role in our overall well-being. Unfortunately, when anxiety escalates, we’re unable to think straight and react

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How to Free Yourself to Focus on What Matters Most

Over the course of the past crazy months of the global pandemic, I found myself resisting – and resenting – what was. And in my resentful state, I noticed how easy it was to become irritated with others – and

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Create Better Relationships by Doing These Three Things Every Day

You know that feeling when you “click” with someone?  It feels like a spark of energy that lifts you up.  And that energy builds on itself making for a real connection between you and the other person. The good news

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This Life Lesson Transformed My Career

I always knew I wanted to be a lawyer.  I just didn’t hadn’t really known why – I simply believed that being a lawyer would give me the financial security I didn’t have as a kid growing up. It turned

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Five Tips for Keeping the Peace at Home

Do spousal spats or sibling squabbles at home take their toll on you and your family?  If so, you’re not alone.  Most all families argue, some more than others. The New York Times article entitled Lessons in Domestic Diplomacy,  is summed up with these 5 strategies

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