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ARE CUSTOMERS ALWAYS RIGHT?

Hi everyone, welcome back to Palacedaughter. Sometimes ago, my younger sister, who is into real estate business, put a post on Facebook about the attitude of some of her clients. Apparently, she had been asking for payment of their long-overdue rent and rather than pay up, all she got were rantings and unnecessary complaints. I tried to appease her and told her to take things easy that customers are always right. She vehemently disagreed. Her exact words were “I disagree!…

AYO MARTINS: DON’T MARRY IN THE DARK

Hi everyone, Welcome to Palacedaughter. I hope you are doing good? Today, I will share with you a book I read which is titled, “Don’t Marry in the Dark by Ayo Martins. I am sure you will find it interesting.Please kindly subscribe and share with your friends.Thank you. “Don’t marry in the dark, what a fascinating statement. The “dark”, indicates the absence of light in a place. Where there is darkness, there isn’t adequate light to see properly. Where there…

INTEGRITY: A KEY VIRTUE

There once lived a man called Job whom God testifies about to be perfect, upright, one that feared God and eschewed evil. Job 1:8, Job 2:3. He faced serious and life-threatening challenges. Job 1:13-19, Job 2:7-8. Despite his challenges, he said something that even his wife wanted him to let go (Job2:9) “till I die, I will not remove mine integrity from me” Job 27:5 which God Himself attested to despite being destroyed without cause. Job 2:3. Integrity has been…

FREE ONLINE SHORT COURSES FOR WRITERS AND CONTENT CREATORS

Hi everyone, Opportunities exist for Writers, Content Creators, Prospective Writers and Bloggers to learn in a Free Online Class, which will  feature Branding tips, Blogging tips, Content Creation, Creative writing, Graphics Design, Animation, Podcasting and lot more… To register, kindly join the class by clicking on the link below. Follow this link to join Free Online Class for Writers and Content Creators: https://chat.whatsapp.com/BExscpj6vcp2AoJm6CtCgg…

MIKE BAMILOYE: THE TRAIN (THE JOURNEY OF FAITH)

The movie is based on a true life story of the founder of Mount Zion Ministry, Mike Abayomi Bamiloye, who loses his mother at a very tender age. He is left to be taken care of by his sister who leaves him with a woman, Iya Eleni, after she gains admission into Teachers College. Iya Eleni takes care of him even though he steals probably as a result of his lose and neglect. The stealing may be an attention seeking…

8 LESSONS FROM GLORIA BAMILOYE’S MY MOTHER-IN-LAW

Hi everyone, welcome to Palacedaughter. Today, we are exploring a very interesting topic, however, a dreaded one.This subject matter is about Mother-In-Law. Many single ladies have heard a lot of stories about Mother-in-law issues and so with that first hand information, they develop a bad idea of who a Mother -in- law is and a defensive attitude on how to deal with one. In the same way, Mother-in-laws also develop a bad idea of who a daughter-in-law is and how…

GRATITUDE:PRECIOUS BUT OVERLOOKED

Yaayy! Today I will be shining light on the virtue of gratitude and the blessings therein! I know it is possible we have associated gratitude with the most often not deeply meant or felt responses we give to hackneyed phrases such as “just be thankful,” “count your blessings,” “give thanks always,” and so forth. Even while growing up, we learnt to say “Thank you” not really out of genuine gratitude but out of politeness and social propriety. If we didn’t…

8 LIFE’S LESSONS FROM COVID-19

  Hi everyone, welcome to the Palacedaughter blog. The past few weeks have been a quiet one for everyone. Everything literally shut down because of the pandemic, CONVID-19. Landmark events were postponed, education partially stopped, we were made to stay at home, and people had to work from home and lot more. I, personally have not been able to eat more variety of food like I would have loved to or go to places to have fun and relax. I…

EMPATHIC LISTENING 3

Hi everyone, welcome to the Palacedaughter blog. Last week we shared tips to Empathic Listening which are allowing others to dominate in conversation, asking questions and reflecting after everything. We also addressed why listening matters. Today we shall share the concluding aspect of Empathic Listening which is how to avoid false assumptions in conversations and how to train yourself to listen better and the importance of interaction. SEE ALSO: EMPATHIC LISTENING 1 False assumptions If we’re not careful, we’ll automatically…

EMPATHIC LISTENING 2

Hi everyone, welcome to the Palacedaughter blog. This is the continuation of Empathic Listening 1. I hope you enjoyed the previous one. Today, we will share tips for empathetic listening. Read more… Tips for Empathetic Listening  The Process By using empathic listening methods, you’ll be able to hear a great deal more than what a person is saying. As a matter of fact, you will actually “hear” if an individual is holding something back or if they’re simply overcompensating for…