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Davida Shensky was born with a physical disability that left her unable to walk naturally or use her right arm effectively. Despite this, she never let it stop her from achieving her dreams. With the help of friends, she worked hard and eventually earned a degree in both psychology and mental health; and a Masters in rehabilitation counseling; at a time when there were no laws guaranteeing people with disabilities the right to an education. With her newfound knowledge, she started her own business and quickly became successful. She proved to the world that disabilities were no match for determination, hard work, and dedication. Over the years, she has inspired many people with her story and has become a role model in the disability community. Davida Shensky's story serves as evidence that anything is possible when you're passionate and driven. Her strength and courage to overcome her disability and pursue her goals is a testament to the power we all have within us. Career Performance Institute is a coaching and consulting firm that specializes in helping clients achieve personal and professional success. Founded by international coach Davida Shensky, CPI has become a trusted source for entrepreneurs and career professionals working to advance their careers. CPI offers a range of services, including business coaching and personal development coaching. The goal of the Institute services is to help clients reach their maximum potential and achieve their goals. CPI's team of experienced coaches works with clients on developing strategies to build successful businesses, find meaningful work, and make progress towards their ultimate goals. In addition to its coaching services, career performance is to keep its clients informed with its monthly challenges, webinars, and e-learning courses.

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To be passive-aggressive means that you act in a manner that is mild to moderately aggressive, yet in a passive way. Someone who is passive-aggressive may come across as all wonderful on the surface, but underneath there's some harder tendencies going on. You may not be able to put your finger on it, but you just know something is going on under the surface. It will be helpful to your relationships to know if you're dealing with a passive-aggressive person. 1. Saying Yes When You Mean No. A very common passive-aggressive tactic, especially in relationships, is saying ?yes? when you actually mean ?no?. 2. Giving the Silent Treatment. Passive-aggressive people tend to give the silent treatment when things do not go their way or they are upset about something. 3. Resentment. Have you ever asked your partner if they were all right and the answer was ?I'm fine,? yet you knew by the tone of their voice that they were not really fine? 4. Using Delay Tactics. Let's say that you and your partner have discussed the responsibility of certain chores around the house. 5. Playing a Helpless Role. A common characteristic in is when someone continually says, ?I can't? when asked to do something. 6. Using Sarcasm. A passive-aggressive person will use sarcasm to try to keep the upper hand on you. People who should listen to this show are psychotherapists
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