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‘How Soft Are Your Hard Skills’ – Why REAL People Skills will open doors you didn’t even know were closed.

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“Thanks Steph for your outstanding and informational newsletters – I thoroughly enjoy reading each one of them and picking up the NLP skills you mention through the use of stories and case studies. This has helped me to better understand the core of these skills and also how to assimilate them in my daily life. Really appreciate your gifts of transformation in all your emails. Thanks!”

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Navazesh Smith

“Steph, I love your articles and enjoy your approach to NLP—you can really make the intangible tangible. I will often refer clients and friends to your articles because you do such a great job clearly explaining these concepts.

What I’m most drawn to is that you’ve clearly articulated and explained what I’ve noticed while helping people recover from burnout; how a client looks at things and the language they use dictates how quickly (or slowly) they recover. Because you’ve made the concepts tangible, I can more easily help clients understand this so they can adapt their behavior to safely speed their recovery.

Your work is a valuable resource to me – I’m glad I found you!”

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“You know already how much good, excitement and motivation you bring to people’s lives so, I won’t say anything more than, A big Thank You for being an inspirational and such a great human, and for everything you share with us…your expertise, thoughts and your positive and humble personality!”

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“The best article on this topic that I have read. It’s clear and specific, simple and to the point – and I love your Customer Service PowerPoints. (Liz is referring to the article; Slide Rules: The Importance Of Slide Design In Your Presentations)
Regards
Liz

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“Just a few words to thank you for sending me the newsletter each week. I really look forward to sitting down with a cup of tea and leisurely reading through. They make me smile and they always seem to have a relevant subject matter that somehow talks to me and reminds me that my mind and thoughts often need to be reigned in, like a runaway horse! Thanks for all the effort you put into them – keep them coming!”

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I often read your emails and find them funny, interesting and helpful but never tell you that, so just wanted to take a quick minute to tell you that they’re great! I look forward to reading them and store them away in case I need to reread them at some point.
THANK YOU! :)”

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