How to manage NARCISSISTS when they EXPLODE! The “Extinction” Tactic

Most people are afraid of confrontations for a simple reason: they fear that the other person will have a BAD reaction. Most of all, they’re afraid that the other person will explode – shout, threaten, accuse, humiliate and generally make things emotionally uncomfortable. In fact, there are some people, like psychopaths, Narcissistic personalities and other manipulators who use this fear Read More

For those who doubt me…

I’m torn when I get criticism.  On one hand, I don’t want to spend my time defending myself, especially when doing so goes against my principles and is not of any benefit to the people I’m trying to help. I resent myself for even being affected by this stuff. On the other hand, I don’t feel comfortable letting people disrespect Read More

Top 10 Communication Tips for Long Term Relationships

Communication issues are one of the top reasons for divorce and breakups. What breaks my heart as a coach is that I see very basic mistakes being made that don’t need to happen.  I see great connections being destroyed simply because the couple doesn’t have the skills to express their needs and set their boundaries. A break up should never Read More

Dealing with resistance – how to deal with stubborn clients and people

3X your confidence this year with my Masterclass In situations like coaching and therapy, you’re bound to be forced to deal with resistance, and sometimes even entirely resistance people who are too stubborn to transform and change in a helpful way. How to care for a client when they are resistant to coaching / counselling, to help them get past Read More

The problem with staying silent during a conflict

Build your confidence and connections with my Powerful Honesty course on Udemy Staying silent to avoid confrontation and conflict is not only cowardly, but harmful too. There’s nothing noble about keeping your mouth shut when you disagree or have negative feedback for someone, even if a bunch of ancient philosophies condone silence. Sure, there are unhealthy and unhelpful ways to Read More

Why texting kills relationships

Communicating by phone or in person is infinitely superior to text/message based communication, which is dangerous to relationships because it leads to misunderstandings and conflicts even between people who are well connected. Read More

What school didn’t teach you, part 4: How to stand up for yourself

Build your confidence and connections with my Powerful Honesty course on Udemy High school and university failed us all. While they taught us things like algebra and history, we weren’t taught any of the things we actually needed to know to create a successful, high quality life! In this series of 6 videos, I’ll try to teach you what school Read More

Mastering Manipulation, with Dan and Angie

In this episode, confidence and career coach Angie McQuillin interviews Dan Munro to pick his brain about the topic of manipulation. Dan used to work with psychopathic criminals and was trained by top forensic psychologists to manage manipulation and deception. Today he shares what he learned and how to apply master of manipulation in everyday life, relationships and workplace situations. Read More

Authentic sales techniques pt. 2/3

How to sell anything without manipulation (part 2/3) Marketing and sales gurus usually try to convince you to use manipulative techniques to make a quick buck off insecure people, like using scarcity, pushing on pain points, rushing the money discussion, getting them to “comply” with a “Yes ladder”, and all sorts of bullshit. Not only are these techniques unethical and Read More

Knowing someone’s motives

Find their motives   Everyone has motives for everything that they do. Nothing is random. When I worked with criminal offenders, I quickly learned that terms like “impulsive” and “reactive” and “crimes of passion” were merely misunderstandings. Every criminal offender I’ve ever worked with had a clear motive (or multiple motives) for their crimes, whether they were conscious of it Read More

Asking Too Many Questions – The Classic Social Mistake

Many people try to keep a conversation going by asking questions. They think that this shows interest and allows the other person to talk about themselves. But the truth is that questions PREVENT a deep connection from forming. Let’s talk about how statements are better. Dan’s best stuff Books Dan has 3 bestselling non-fiction books available in both written and Read More

The RIGHT thing to say to win an argument

Most people have a fear of confrontation against someone who is better at talking – more articulate, more forceful, great wit and humour etc. We fear embarrassment or saying something stupid or hurting the relationship unneccessarily, so we back down instead of speaking our minds because we can’t think of the “right” thing to say. In this video, I provide Read More


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