Difficult conversations

Lauren Mackler at Harvard – Difficult Conversations
May 9, 2010

Bestselling author and renowned coach, Lauren Mackler, is interviewed by Harvard Business School about how to handle difficult conversations. Lauren Mackler is one of the world’s foremost experts in human behavior and leadership.

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The Delicate Art of Giving Feedback

The Delicate Art of Giving Feedback
Robert C. Pozen
March 28, 2013

More generally, managers need to weigh the tradeoffs involved in making negative feedback. If you criticize your employees, you will likely provide some corrective information, but you will also put your employee in a bad mood.
If an error is so inconsequential that the corrective value of criticism is low, it might make sense for you to keep that feedback to yourself.

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Anat Baniel Method

Help For Special Needs Children with Anat Baniel
August 17, 2016 by New Dimensions

ways to access the brain own plasticity and has demonstrated over and over seemingly miraculous transformations. She says, “When the brain gets information it needs it will organize that information . . . [and it] starts forming new connection at a ridiculously fast pace.”

<17:36 they move and you’re there when they move

17:50 in order to form patterns … open the conversation, get new information

All kids want to be successful. But some don’t know better options.

Hit the table. Hit it harder. They learn the difference.

The brain learns how to learn.


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Baker’s yeast

Yeast Choices – Cutting Through the Confusion

How to proof Fleischmann’s ActiveDry™ yeast
warm water: 100° – 110°

Proofing yeast
one package of yeast and 1 teaspoon sugar in 1/4 cup warm water (110° to 115°)

Using Fleischmann’s RapidRise™ yeast




Italian focaccia bread

Rosemary focaccia

a great recipe to start a meal with
focaccia dough is similar to pizza dough, but is given more of a chance to rise.
Because it’s somewhere between a traditional bread and a pizza crust, it’s ideal for soaking up your favorite infused oils, making this an ideal appetizer or party snack.

Without the seasoning, this bread can also be used as a base for pizza, or even as sandwich bread.