Kristina Schneider

Kristina Schneider resides in Los Angeles, California. She graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Business Administration from Pepperdine University and currently works full-time as the Executive Director of The Ultimate Estate Planner, Inc., a company that helps train and build the practices of estate planners throughout the country. Kristina has always had a love for writing and when given the opportunity to blog, it was an opportunity she couldn’t pass up. In her spare time, Kristina enjoys spending time with her family and friends, crafts, reading, working out and playing club basketball.

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7 Tips for Keeping Your Employees Motivated This Summer

July 26, 2012
7 Tips for Keeping Your Employees Motivated This Summer

Tweet During the summer months, it can be harder than normal to keep employees focused and motivated on their job.  From the kids being out of school to beautiful weather and summer vacation plans at bay, keeping employees motivated during summer months can be another job in of itself for some managers. According to...
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Dutch Self-Employed Growth, Exclusive Netherlands Lamborghini Dealership, New Salad Bar & Much More!

July 18, 2012
Dutch Self-Employed Growth, Exclusive Netherlands Lamborghini Dealership, New Salad Bar & Much More!

Tweet The folks at Dale Carnegie Training Benelux bring to you some of the latest local newsworthy stories for your review and perusal. Enjoy! Dutch Self-Employed Without Employees Continues to Grow. According to Statistics Netherlands, half of the self-employed workers in the Netherlands are service providers without employees.  The most common profession among the...
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5 Tips for Overcoming Your Fear of Public Speaking

May 10, 2012

Tweet Public speaking is a common fear among many people. Fear of failure. Fear of embarrassment. Fear of forgetting what to say. Fear of messing up.  Fear of being judged by your peers. Whatever the underlying fear may be, overcoming your fear of public speaking can be done by following and practicing the following...
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8 Habits of Highly Productive People

April 24, 2012

Tweet Being productive is something that takes practice and can be learned with a variety a habits to support productive behavior.  We found a recent article on WomansDay.com that we thought was interesting and included 8 habits of highly productive people. They make it a point to take breaks. Americans seem to think that...
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Tips for Getting More Stuff Done and Being a More Productive Person

April 6, 2012

Tweet Right now, a lot of companies are still working on a relatively minimal amount of staff depending on the amount of cutbacks and downsizing that may have had to be done to keep the company afloat amidst the recession. The productivity of an employee is more important than ever these days.  Here are...
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The Double-Edged Sword of the Perfectionist

October 17, 2011

Tweet Whenever I’ve had a job interview or have been asked what one of my strengths are, I’ve always answered that perfectionism was my best strength.  It’s what has allowed me to be a hard-working individual and to have accomplished the things I have in my life.  And then, when asked to name a...
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5 Tips for Effective Customer Service

September 9, 2011

Tweet If you own a business, whether it’s consumer-based or a B2B, you will come into contact with customers of all kinds and, at times, your customer service skills will be put to the test.  Whether you handle irate customers on a regular basis or you only get the once-in-a-blue-moon angry customer, it is...
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Motivating Employees During Tough Times

August 1, 2011

Tweet In today’s economy, it is harder and harder for employers to be able to reward employees with monetary benefit or salary increases.  However, research has shown that while anyone is happy to be paid more, that is not the only factor that is used to determine job satisfaction among employees.  What this means...
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3 Tips for Standing Out in the Crowd

July 11, 2011

Tweet It is harder and harder these days for people to stand out among the crowds.  Different personalities.  Varying opinions.  Conflicting interests. Here are 3 simple tips for standing out among the rest. Empower Others. Many leaders come from the Type A personalities of controlling everything, which often means planning and doing everything.  This...
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One Smart Way to Sell Higher-Priced Products and Services

June 29, 2011

Tweet When it comes to sales, there are some products that are high in demand and don’t require much “selling” to get consumers and purchasers to buy.  Such things as the Apple iPhone®, Coach® purses or a flat-screen televisions.  These are things that seemingly “fly off the shelves” because consumers actually want these items. ...
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