Are you afraid you will offend people if you speak your mind? Does that cause you to keep your opinions to yourself?
Of course, there are times when it’s best to remain silent. An intelligent person recognizes the power of silence. You don’t want to spout off opinions that have no substance. You want your words to resonate with power and authority. A Master Sales Pro knows listening gets more results than talking.
President-Elect Donald Trump speaks his mind…whether anyone likes it or not. And people criticize him for it. Regardless, he won the election over that “outstanding” candidate Hillary Clinton. Makes you wonder why Hillary didn’t receive more flak. She’s always willing to speak her mind…even when she’s telling an obvious lie.
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An Emotional Terrorist can infect your body, mind and spirit with venom that spews from his or her forked, evil tongue. The vicious attack could descend you into the pits of hell…a living hell in your own living room or bedroom.
The Enlightened Individual acts from enlightened self-interest. He doesn’t want any part of his world polluted by a person…who lives his mean, disharmonious life as an Emotional Terrorist. Even hapless men and women stuck in the Hive Mind Mentality…do not desire its extremely neurotic members victimizing them.
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Let’s discover how an Integrated Individual overcomes the dangers of a personal conflict… that arises in a love relationship. Successfully handling a personal conflict takes you that much closer to living life as a self-actualized individual.
You don’t know it yet but, at the conclusion of this article, you will understand that…
Even the Integrated Individual can be blindsided by the extreme negativity of an individual who remains stuck in the Hive Mind Mentality. Let’s explore the interplay of a severe argument between a man and a woman…who went separate ways in their state of thinking and being.
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