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I have learned it is best to give constructive feedback in the moment and not let to much time pass, which will make the situation more cloudy to the person giving the feedback. While giving feedback, avoid being the judge. 

Stress can be beneficial if used to achieve certain goals.

Having the right people for each job is the first step in providing exemplary student service.

Its best to address issues early and not let them get out of hand.

Authentically desiring, caring and being present to coach team members generates greater outcomes not only in business but in the develop to individuals and teams.

I learned to write a first draft without worrying about spelling and grammar in order to get my ideas down. Once complete, go back and edit. 

I have learned that even if people don't take feedback well, they do in fact want it. 

Dont negotiate without being prepared, do your homework. Create a win /win situation. 

Constructive critisism is sometimes hard to take. I learned that by taking a second to process and then paraphrasing to make sure I understand the critisism is much better to do so everyone is on the same page. 

Sometimes I feel my mind wanders more, if I do not activly listen, If I wait to gather my thoughts my thoughts ultimatly are more coherent and reactions are better. If I activly listen ask for a moment or two to gather my thoughts and then go into my side of the conversation things work out better for me. I have to be more patient and ask for more patients in return. 

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