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18 FREE Workplace Cartoons

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These 18 FREE workplace cartoons by Canadian  Speaker/Humourist Mike Moore are designed  to help manage people more effectively using humor and recognition.

 

Great for staff memos, bulletin boards, newsletters, inservice, and staff-room fridge doors.

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41 Ways to Bullyproof Your Child

By | assertiveness, Bullying, dealing with difficultpeople, Self Confidence, Self Help, Self Improvement, Stop school bullying, Uncategorized | No Comments

An Anti-bullying Program that Works!

 

We all know that bullying exists and is having a disastrous impact on the health and well-being of our young people. What we need to know is what we can do about it so that every child is cherished and respected and has an opportunity to achieve their unique potential in a kind and affirming community.

What I want to do with this booklet is provide parents with an easily accessible reference guide that gives them effective tips, tools and techniques to use to develop a bully proof child.

While it might be unrealistic to think that we can stop bullying completely we can do a great deal to give our children the necessary tools and techniques to master the art of verbal self-defense whenever and wherever they are confronted by bullies.

It is important to realize that people bully others because it works for them and we let them get away with it. If we can make it so it doesn’t work for them and we won’t let them get away with it we have a good chance of changing this destructive behaviour.

Why do bullies bully? Well, they bully others for 4 reasons.
1. Attention
2. Power
3. Revenge
4. Inadequacy

When attempting to put a stop to antisocial behaviour like bullying we must always keep in mind what motivates it. Responding to the behaviour without considering what motivates it is futile.

 

Guarantee… If you don’t like the 41 tips  contained in my Bullyproof pocket guide all you have to do is ask for your money back and it will be done.

Click Here to order your digital copy for only $5.00

Hard copies are available here for only $8.00 ( shipping and handling included)

FREE Copy of How to Create a Bully-Free Classroom

By | Bullying, dealing with difficultpeople, Parenting, Parenting Teenagers, Stop school bullying, Uncategorized | No Comments

I am so committed to ending  Bullying in schools everywhere that I am giving teachers a Free copy of my popular pocket guide “How to Create a Bully-free Classroom”.  I have used these ideas in my own intermediate and senior classrooms and they work.

Click on the link below to access your FREE Copy

Bully-Proof Classroom TEACHERS Booklet

The Art of Confident Living

By | assertiveness, dealing with difficultpeople, Inspiration, Motivation, Self Confidence, Self Help, Self Improvement | No Comments

PURCHASE HERE FOR ONLY $7.00 CDN

 

54 pages of simple, effective strategies, tips, articles and humorous  self improvement cartoons by speaker/humorist Mike Moore

Dear Friend

Do you know that we humans only achieve a tiny percentage of out enormous untapped human potential in our lifetime? Some say  it’s between 2 and 5 percent?

Can you image the possibilities that could be open to us if we even increased that  to 25%? We could literally transform our lives and our world.

There is one thing you must have in order to achieve your potential in life and make your dreams come true and that is SELF CONFIDENCE. ( I will show you how to get all you need in a few seconds.)

There is no doubt about it…self confidence is what enables me to speak in front of 3000 people and enjoy every minute of it without being fearful or intimidated.  I also have no difficulty accepting a very healthy fee when I’m finished.

Friends, when you have abundant self confidence things in all areas of your life get better and better.

You will be able to… 
*  attract terrific people,
*  earn more money
*  be comfortable in meetings and at parties
*  start your own business
*  be admired and respected
*  be likeable
*  be more convincing
*  be comfortable when speaking in public

It just goes on and on.

SELF CONFIDENCE is a gift that keeps on giving.

The sad fact is that so few people have abundant self confidence.

You’ve got to take the bull by the horns and make the required changes. And do it sooner than later.
MY OFFER TO YOU

I would like to offer you  my  seminar notes in the form of a SPECIAL REPORT entitled ” Unleash Your Potential” ( The Art Of Confident Living) to help you live more confidently and explode your hugely untapped human potential.

You owe it to yourself and those you love to become all that you can be.

Explode your human potential NOW!!!

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Taming the Toxic Bullies in Your Life

By | Bullying, dealing with difficultpeople, Motivation, Self Confidence, Self Improvement, Teacher Items, Teacher Resources | No Comments

ORDER HERE…Only $7.00 Canadian funds 

 

” You don’t exist to be a doormat for every Tom, Dick and Harriet  out there.”
 

Three Reasons People Verbally Bully Others…
1.  We let them get away with it.
2. It works for them.
3. They like to make themselves look good by making someone else look bad.



”  We MUST Stop  Bullies in Their Tracks”

 

Why You Must Learn the Art of Verbal Self Defence

VERBAL BULLIES…
* rob us of our dignity 
* destroy our self confidence 
* increase our stress levels
* destroy our morale. 
* erode our self esteem
* foster negativity
* decrease productivity
* make life hellish 

* ARE ABUSIVE

This is just a tiny taste of what awaits you in
” The Art of Verbal Self Defence ”
( Dealing with Difficult People)

 

ORDER HERE…Only $7.00 Canadian funds 

Testimonial

Hi Mike,

My boss was verbally abusive and loved to belittle people publicly, often moving around the room in a somewhat threatening manner. I believe
he was insecure and it was his way of trying to stop people challenging hisideas. He is the most toxic person I have met in a very long time.

I did your selective  silence strategy when he was berating me one on
one. This drove him crazy and he dismissed me from the room. 

The fact that I did not argue or get upset was very disconcerting

for him. I think he literally did not know what to do.

Thank you.Belinda L. Australia