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Let’s Not Sugar Coat Your $370 Billion Loss

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Some Dogs Are Better Left Alone

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Avoid Personal Conflict to Remain Effective

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Avoid Personal Conflict to Remain Effective

048 O-49 1861 02-24 aDON’T HOLD GRUDGES. 

Even when he could have easily stepped over that line from professional to personal, Abraham Lincoln demonstrated restraint.

Douglas vs. Lincoln

Before becoming president, Lincoln was best known for his debates with Senator Stephen Douglas on the subject of slavery, a series of seven nationally publicized events in the Illinois senatorial campaign of 1858.

The hotly contested exchanges could’ve easily led to personal attacks on both sides, yet both arch political rivals maintained a certain respect between them that lasted long after the debates; eventually paying off huge dividends for Lincoln. Read the rest of this entry »


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Don’t Go Looking for the Bad in People

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Stop Resentment before It Becomes a Conflict


In addition to forgiving others for their personal attacks, Abraham Lincoln also tried to correct the conflicts that he had caused, either intentionally or inadvertently.

After hearing that he had apparently offended General Franz Sigel in a written letter, Lincoln quickly followed up with another:

“I ask pardon. If I do get up a little temper I have no sufficient time to keep it up.”[i]

In another military matter, Lincoln nipped in the bud possible angry words with newly promoted Brigadier General Benjamin Butler, who was a conservative Democrat.

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Lincoln vs. Douglas in the 1860 Presidential Race

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Avoid Personal Conflict to Remain Effective

Stop Resentment before It Starts

Learn to Speak Well to Get Your Way


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Two ways to handle workplace confrontation

From Gordon Training about conflict in the workplace…


Know your fear of public speaking

Inspire the importance of your cause

Laughter is needed in a leader


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