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First, our kids: how they're doing in school, who has a runny nose, how many toys they've "accidentally" pilfered from preschool, blah, blah, blah.
Second, household sinkholes, like who's calling the insurance company, and then calling customer service to complain about the insurance company.
So call it something else if you want: a check-in, a shindig. Start a conversation about a specific task: "Did you end up making that dinner reservation?
And oh, I have an update on the pediatrician appointment." When that goes well, you can say, "That was really helpful.
I got into radio when I was 17 and I have stuck with it ever since. After work I like hanging out with friends…err I would if I had any, and watching Netflix. I am a Houston Native, but I most recently lived in England where I traveled the country and became a Jedi Master, or at least I got my masters degree in something.
I’d love to meet you and as many listeners as possible out at a bar, or an event someday! I have been entertaining people since I was four years old, and now I have the best job in the whole world.
These meetings are not just about getting stuff done.
It signals that it's a priority and allows you to tackle things before they spiral out of control. Finally, he told them about some classic evidence from the workplace: great managers have weekly one-on-one meetings with their employees. Don't you value your relationship with your partner at least as much as the one with your boss? Instead of checking a chore off your to-do list, you'll realize that you're helping with something that matters to your partner — and will make their day easier.It sounds like ego, but it's really about information.You just know more about your own efforts than your partner's. The good news is that when those same people found out what their partners were actually doing, they stopped overestimating their own contributions. I’m brand new to Panama City and I could not be more excited to be here co-hosting the morning show on HOT 107.9.I grew up in Harrisburg, PA with my 3 younger brothers.