Blogging is a fact of life for many young people today. It is often used as a tool for communities, especially minorities, to have their voice heard. Young people are major consumers of blogs, but at the same time many of them have blogs of their own. Considering the fact that this method of expressing yourself and putting your views and ideas out there has recorded major successes, it does not come as a surprise that blogging is now often used for marketing purposes. So if you are considering starting a blog, here are a few tips and tricks from the master of the blog game Jeff Bullas on how to attract Millennials, as they are the largest demographic in the world today and also the biggest blog content consumers.
The previous article discussed the customary terms of conflict and offered concrete examples to define our positions and interests. We learned how to analyse the perception of conflict and how to separate facts, interpretations, and emotions. There is no doubt now that conflict is an essential part of every human being’s life, and there is nothing wrong with that. Yet the paramount question is still relevant: what to do after you realise you’re involved in a conflict? How to work with it - and how to stand up for your rights and values without harming the opponent? I hope this article can shed some light on this practical topic.
There’s no doubt that our lives are filled with different kinds of conflicts, and that’s not anything we have to be ashamed of. Dealing with misunderstanding doesn’t make us «wrong» as people. Otherwise, experts call «normal» only those relationships where partners argue with each other infrequently, indicating that they care about one another and don’t take their interactions for granted. This rule works with family relations, friendships, and so on.