Ron Price, Price

Ron Price, Price

Ron Price, Price - Motivational Speaker

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Conflict is inevitable, damaged relationships are optional

Most people say they dread conflict, yet most people have never been equipped to prevent or resolve conflict. I say we change that - what say you?

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Travels from Albuquerque, NM (US)

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Ron Price, Price
Ron Price, Price - Motivational Speaker

Productive Outcomes, Inc.

Conflict is inevitable, damaged relationships are optional

Most people say they dread conflict, yet most people have never been equipped to prevent or resolve conflict. I say we change that - what say you?

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Albuquerque, NM

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
  • Toastmasters International
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Ron Price, Price

Productive Outcomes, Inc.

Conflict is inevitable, damaged relationships are optional

Most people say they dread conflict, yet most people have never been equipped to prevent or resolve conflict. I say we change that - what say you?

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: Albuquerque, NM

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
  • Toastmasters International

For more information about booking Ron Price, Price,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/RonPrice/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Do you do enough of this?

Laughter is a Great Medicine for a Healthy Workplace   Some years ago I heard a trivia contest on a local radio station. They asked, “children do this over 300 times per day and adults less than 12 – what is it?” I instantly grabbed my cell phone dialed in and said “laugh.” Please don’t […]...

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These Three Letters Can Really Make a Huge Difference

I wrote last week on the topic of humility and how it can serve to prevent conflict and enhance relationships. I based the post on the memory of my recently-departed friend Joe Dohle. I mentioned that practicing humility can at times be challenging and promised to revisit this week with a suggestion for how to […]...

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Forget Sara Lee, Nobody didn’t like Joe Dohle

Forget Sara Lee; Nobody didn’t like Joe Dohle   I write this post with a heavy heart. Most of you never knew Joe Dohle, but you would be hardpressed to find a more decent, honest, caring man. I saw Joe last Saturday, and he was the picture of health, yet last night he had a […]...

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Two Great Tips for Your Relationship Toolbox

  Where I live, we seldom experience road rage. What we see more of is called road “joy.” That’s when you’re just having such a good time driving that you have little or no inclination to pay attention to what you’re doing. You’ve probably seen road joy in action. The blinker is on for miles […]...

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Do this and you’ll wish you hadn’t

Perhaps you’ve heard the expression: “I’m so mad, I’m going to give him a piece of my mind!” Well, I don’t know about you, but I don’t have enough extra pieces of my mind to be giving any of it away. It is true, however, that in your life (and mine) there will be times […]...

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Why You Should Never Listen to AM

Which do you listen to AM or FM? Your answer is crucial to your health and wellness. In my adopted home state of New Mexico, the ongoing question is “red or green” referring to one’s preference for chile. For today’s blog, my question is do you listen more to AM or FM. Before you answer […]...

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Failed New Year’s resolutions? Not with these three tips!

In my workshops, I often lead participants in exercises designed to show certain similarities they all share. Surely we are all distinct, unique individuals, but the truth is that in spite of our differences are also alike in so many ways. For example, raise your hand if you have ever made a New Year’s resolution. […]...

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The Blog That Could Save Your Christmas

I often find myself quoting Charles Dickens from his famous opening line to A Tale of Two Cities. He began by saying “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” Doesn’t that seem to be an apt description of life at so many stages and circumstances? The phrase certainly applies to […]...

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Proven Ways to Improve Your Communication Skills

Can you think of anything you are good at that just came naturally to you? I expect that some of you can, but for the majority of us, we had to put some effort into gaining our proficiency. Along with effort, we needed to have the intention to grow and develop our skills. The same […]...

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What Are the Most Effective Communication Skills to Have?

Have you ever known someone who is a hermit? Someone who dreads being around other people and prefers to have little or no contact with anyone. If so, you can be assured that someone hurt them deeply in their past, but that is a topic for another time. Most of us need others to help […]...

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