Get Other People to Say Yes!

Greetings Barbarians! Long days and pleasant nights! Rejection is a part of life; that is true, right? And it is also true that rejection hurts. When we love someone, we need them to love us too: right? Their yes means the whole world to us. While some can manage rejection well, not all can, is... Continue Reading →

Be Swift and Sincere in Making an Apology

Greetings Barbarians! Long days and pleasant nights! We all, at one point in our lives, have to issue an apology. If you are telling me that you never made an apology in your life, you are either a saint or a dick. Both are insufferable, to be frank. As much as I talk about never... Continue Reading →

A Sure-Fire Way To Make Enemies

Greetings Barbarians! Long days and pleasant nights! First off, I’d like to give my sincerest apologies for breaking down the other day. Things are piling up and I’m overwhelmed. Except for my daughter, each one of us in the house feels under the weather. Getting exposed to someone who tested positive isn’t helping my situation.... Continue Reading →

Talk About Their Interests, Not Yours

Greetings Barbarians! Long days and pleasant nights! Have you ever asked yourself how to be interesting? I’m guessing at one point you’ve asked it, I knew I did! But how exactly to be interesting?  While many would argue that to be interesting, you have to be yourself, I’m afraid that it is not as simple... Continue Reading →

Encourage Others To Talk

Greetings Barbarians! Long days and pleasant nights! What makes a great conversationalist?  Is it their fantastical adventures, great and far? Is it their expertise on a certain subject? Or is it their articulate delivery and arsenal of vocabulary? While I will say that those are the traits of a great orator, it does not make... Continue Reading →

Bait the Hook to Suit the Fish

Greeting Barbarians! Long days and pleasant nights! A few days ago, I was reading some online rage comments on social media. It involves my friend, who is a tattoo artist, declining work from a potential customer. The customer demanded too much while at the same time dictating what the price should be. He was low... Continue Reading →

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