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My website is completed (for now:-) and you can get a great guide on how to deal with criticism–at home with family, spouse, neighbors or at work. While you’re there, go to the products page and see the great prices on books, CDs, and ebooks, and keep in mind that net proceeds go to help battered women and kids. www.whydidisaythatbook.com OR www.MoreOnCommunication.com Stay tuned for more on dealing with narcissists soon–got a lot of great feedback on that post. Best to you all!


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Books, CDs, and ebooks are doing well, and I want to share the blessing. Here’s how you get a free book for yourself or as a gift:
1. Buy at least one copy of Why Did I Say That? Communicating to keep your credibility, your cool, and your cash! in book or CDs…and you will receive a free copy of Tricks that Stick….an acclaimed writing companion.

2. Buy two copies of Tricks that Stick, and a third will be yours free (this is great for teachers, HR professionals, department managers who would like to distribute this acclaimed writing companion to your colleagues/employees.

That’s it. Choose any of the above options and the free book will be in the box with your purchase…no additional cost, shipping, postage–IT’S COMPLETELY FREE!

And, net profits will be given to help battered women and kids.

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“I know you’re busy and reading time may be limited (which is why I also have this book on CDs–to turn drive time or exercise time into learning time). If you don’t enjoy the my presentation, book or CDs, AND learn something that will help you in at least one relationship–at work or at home–I will refund your purchase price–no questions asked!” Ronnie Moore, Author, President, Moore Communications

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Customer Service series

May 11, 2012

Starting in a day or two, I will do a weekly, worst customer service experience reported….send your to me. We are living in a world that rewards rudeness, disconnection, and lack of basic civility. More soon. Send me your customer service horror stories: Ronnie@MoreOnCommunication.com

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Back to blogging

April 2, 2012

Sorry for the unintended hiatus. Blogging will be a regular (2-4 times monthly) event now, and I hope you enjoy the information that will help you communicate–at work and at home. I am dedicated to changing lives by changing communication. Relationships, customer service, society in general are suffering because we no longer value connection, communication, [...]

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If they’re difficult, narcissistic, or just plain thoughtless…

January 8, 2012

I just experienced a nasty neighbor. Without a lot of detail (this is a blog, not a book after all:-), suffice it to say that whether it’s the stress of the economy, machines disconnecting us from real human interaction, spoiled and entitled people, or even narcissists, we do not always get the nice treatment we [...]

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Just getting back to blogging

December 25, 2011

Thanks to everyone for your “what happened to your blogs”….after a few months of technical difficulties and tough decisions re business directions and passions, I will be blogging regularly starting first of the year. Meantime, check out my website for great information, great deals on books and book on CDs, and sign up for my [...]

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Communicating to Comfort and to be Comforted* Part 1

May 22, 2011

This post is the first of a multi-part series of looking at how we can communicate more compassionately to people in pain and how we can garner more comfort when we need it.

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Raising the Customer Service Bar

May 7, 2011

In my continuing crusade regarding the terrible customer service we’ve learned to accept, I propose three suggestions that might help:

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When the service goes out of customer service

April 11, 2011

Sorry for the delay in posting, but look forward to more regular musings starting now. As promised, I am starting a series of weekly postings pertaining to customer service issues. Communication is at the root of all customer service, but that fact is often ignored or unknown.

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Frustrating communicators: let’s start with the stealth!

March 26, 2011

First frustrating communicator is what I’ve trademarked the “stealth communicator.” Stealth communicators frustrate, confuse, and exhaust their listeners because they don’t mean what they say; espect you to read their minds; and practice indirect, mixed message, “guess what I really mean” communication.

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