Your Field Guide to Surviving, Thriving & Working with Difficult People

 Confident, change-making, powerful communication is totally doable. Your  field guide to surviving, thriving and working with difficult people. 

Confident, change-making, powerful communication is totally doable. Your field guide to surviving, thriving and working with difficult people. 

It's hard to be a human today with your drive to succeed and achieve, and your desire to be authentic, be heard, be valued, and be appreciated. 

And then life throws in a really, really difficult person. 

You know when you do all you can but with some people you just can’t get through? Either they don’t trust you, don’t listen to you, or don’t take you seriously. It is frustrating, demoralizing and flat-out exhausting.

I'm here to help you be truly heard, understood and appreciated by the difficult people you live and work with. 

Confident, change-making, powerful communication is totally doable - I know this because I help my clients do just that - every.single.day. I've got the communication tactics and tools to give you game-changing advantages when it comes to working with the pains-in-the-butt, mean-girls, and horrible-bosses in your life.

 Good communication is a game changer. Be heard, be understood and be appreciated. Your field guide to surviving, thriving and working with difficult people. 

Good communication is a game changer. Be heard, be understood and be appreciated. Your field guide to surviving, thriving and working with difficult people. 

Leave a message here - let me know what is the single biggest challenge you’ve ever faced with a difficult person in your life? 

Stay tuned for next chapter in this “Field Guide to Difficult People” series and if you want more ways to take control of your personal brand with your clients and coworkers, reach me directly at tarah@tarahkeech.com. 


If you are interested in more ways to lead, engage and motivate, check out the preview of my new book (releasing early 2017), “How to Be a Bitch Whisperer: A Guide to Winning Over Difficult People” by clicking here