Five Causes of Conflict on Engaging Life and Leadership
In this podisode, Darren and Anita explore a common problem. During the show, a funny real-time example brings laughter to this very serious subject. You won’t want to miss their lively discussion, and learn how to identify the sources of your problematic relationship issues. Find today’s and other free podcast epidoses here.
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- Expectations — Unmatched, Unmet, or Unappreciated
- Mounting and Buried Hurts — How Insults, Resentments, and Other Residual Hurts Cause New Problems
- Fears and Jealousy — Deep at the Heart of Every Conflict Lie Base Issues
- Competition for Resources — Winning and Losing Can Cause Us to Lose Sight of Where We Started
- Conflict Escalation in Hostile or Failing Environments — When Things Get Tough, People Get Tougher
If you find yourself in a pattern of conflict with family members, co-workers, or even the guy driving next to you on the highway, take the time to explore why your emotions are running away. Are you living insanely by doing the same things over and over again, but continually expecting different results?
As Darren and Anita travel the country speaking on leadership and effective life skills, conflict resolution continues to be one of the top requested topics. Individuals, organizations, and governments are ever hungry to learn more about overcoming this basic human problem. What are the root causes of conflict? How do we overcome them?
Receive an abundance of peace, joy, and even prosperity when you learn and apply the secrets discussed. This show on Engaging Life and Leadership will inspire you to make simple, yet powerful changes. Your life should never be the same. Remember, you’re always leading, but are you leading well?
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Is there a crazy conflict pattern you’d like to break?
Anita Fresh Faith
Proverbs 10:12 (NIV)
Hatred stirs up conflict, but love covers over all wrongs.
Anita Agers-Brooks is a Business and Inspirational Coach, Certified Personality Trainer, Productivity Expert, Certified Training Facilitator, Communications Specialist, and national speaker. Anita is also the author of, First Hired, Last Fired — How to Become Irreplaceable in Any Job Market. Now available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books a Million, Lifeway, Christianbook.com, plus many fine stores, Christian and otherwise.
She’s a partner in The Zenith Zone, a business coaching firm. Member of the Christian Writer’s Guild, Toastmasters, and a client of WordServe Literary Group. A graduate of CLASSeminars for Leaders, Speakers, and Authors, a co-founder of The StoryWriting Studio, and speaker on circuit for Stonecroft International Ministries. Anita co-hosts a weekly podcast, Engaging Life and Leadership with Darren Dake, available on iTunes, Stitcher, and other podcast platforms.
Anita is passionate about business with integrity, healthy relationships, and issues of identity. She travels the country teaching others from her personal experiences and research. She believes it’s never too late for a fresh start with fresh faith.
Her favorite past time is lounging by a river or lake in Missouri, laughing with with her husband of thirty years, Ricky.