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Why People Are Difficult

Consider for a moment a very unhappy, unpleasant, unsuccessful person you know. Does this person tend to be humble, curious, and eager to learn and change their ways? Or do they become more opinionated, dogmatic, and stubborn as their lack of results seem more and more obvious? What causes people to sabotage success and resist the efforts of others to help them? This program explores new insights into human motivation gained from current brain research and provides practical tools for identifying and assisting self-defeating people.

The topics include:

• the signs and symptoms or self-defeating behaviors.

• how to turn frustration with difficult people into fascination.

• why people sabotage their own success.

• strategies for helping difficult people.






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