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Transform Your Workplace

In this episode with Brandon Laws, find out why conflict is beneficial to your organization as we share our expertise on how to deal with those “oh $h!t!” moments in the workplace and at home.

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The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

In this episode, CrisMarie is interviewed around how to turn conflict into a stepping stone toward extraordinary results.

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Smart People Podcast with Chris Stemp

Tune into this episode with Chris Stemp as we discuss: How do we understand how to do conflict when people approach it from different ang;es, What the biggest commonalities of struggle in a relationship are and more!


HR Daily Advisor

Join us for this interview Q&A where we discuss why Letting Conflict Persist Might Be Beneficial

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Small Business Radio Show with Barry Moltz

Many people don’t believe there is a beneficial role of conflict in small business. What is it? Tune into The Small Business Radio Show to hear our interview with Barry Moltz (we are featured in Segment 3).


On The Schmooze Podcast

Tune in to CrisMarie's interview with Robbie Samuels about her thoughts on leadership “Leadership is about standing for something and inviting other people to come along.”


Wings of Inspired Business with Melinda Wittstock

Thriving in the NOW: Boundaries, Choices, and Leveraging the Power from Within - Listen to our guest interview on the Wings of Inspired Business podcast.


NBC News Better: How the '5-5-5 method' helps this married couple work through conflict

In this NBC News article, we share how we use disagreement to strengthen their own bond and say other couples can do the same.

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SHAPE Magazine Feature - How to Ask Your Partner for More Sex (Without Offending Them)

We have a feature all about SEX in an article in SHAPE! This is awesome! Check out all we share on How NOT to Ask Your Partner for More Sex!


We had an amazing time and are so thankful to the Great Day Houston team for hosting us on a recent segment! You can still catch our segment on their page, head over there to see the fun we had! You can still catch our segment on their page, head over there to see the fun we had!

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The Not So Perfect Couple Podcast with Sam and Patrick Cullinane

Can conflict be a good thing for couples? This week we sit down with Sam and Patrick Cullinane to talk about this exact topic.


Live Happy Now with Paula Felps

If you think that conflict is always bad for your relationship, think again. In this podcast episode we're so excited to share more about what we teach couples about how the things we argue about often have the potential to pave the way to greater intimacy…if we learn how to use it properly.


The Shameless Mom Academy with Sara Dean

Listen in to hear:

  • Why conflict, not romance, is the key to a lasting relationship

  • How to use the 5-5-5 method of conflict resolution

  • How to grow and evolve in a partnership to share dreams and needs

  • Why compatibility is NOT the secret to a long and fulfilling relationship

  • Why you need to show up as a “FULL ME” in your partnership

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Empowered Couples Podcast with The Freemans

This episode is all about the benefits of having conflicts and how to fight right.  We discuss answers to many questions such as How do you define conflict, what is it really? What would you say to a couples that says “we never argue or fight?” What are the unhealthy ways to be in a conflict?


Two Lesbians in Love Podcast with Erika Cederdahl and Meghan Neeley

Tune into this amazing episode where we talk about their latest book 'Beauty of Conflict For Couples'. You'll gain insight into some amazing relationship and paradigm shifting wisdom.

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Rich Coach Club Podcast with Susan Hyatt - Having Hard Conversations

This episode is all about hard conversations and how to have them – both in life and in business. During this episode, we talk with Susan Hyatt about why we love helping individuals, businesses, and couples better understand the power of conflict to transform relationships of all types.


Last First Date Radio - How to Create More Connection Through Conflict 

If you’re like most people, you avoid confrontation at all costs. What if there was a new way to frame conflict – as something to be welcomed, not avoided? And what if you could learn to use conflict to improve all your relationships? Then this episode is for you!


Most of us think of conflict as something external, usually related to another person and a difference of opinion or philosophy. But the truth is that conflict often starts within ourselves and dealing with internal conflict must happen first.  This episode is how all the things we bury or tell ourselves aren’t important will likely rear their heads later in our lives if we don’t face them.

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In this podcast episode, we're teaching that conflict is natural when smart, passionate people work together towards an ambitious goal. The trick is learning how to use that conflict as a healthy driver for collective creativity.


If you want your organization to successfully embrace your strategic change, focus on the human aspect. That’s right. People will be the ones implementing the change. So, get them involved, listen to them, and work together. If you do, you’ll build tremendous loyalty, trust, and engagement, which is priceless.


Are you a people pleaser?

Does your voice suddenly lose volume from fear of conflict?

Do you accept your partner’s choices and then obsess, even sulk about it for hours?

Do you put up walls to keep you from engaging in conflict?

This episode is about resolving conflict in relationships. Conflict is unavoidable, so, you may as well embrace it and learn to get what you want without ruining your relationships.


Most leaders think they listen well, but in our experience of working with hundreds of leaders and teams over the last 15-plus years, that theory hasn’t proven true. Have you ever caught yourself in a meeting saying:

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Let’s begin by acknowledging an undisputable truth: Change is difficult. For everybody. Plus, it’s often unsuccessful. In fact, a survey done by the Economist Intelligence Unit uncovered that the failure rate for change is about 44%. That’s a lot of wasted time, energy, and money.


“Conflict. Most of us avoid it like crazy. But what if harnessing conflict was your best chance to build trust, transform relationships and create championship teams that produce greatness? What if it’s a healthy thing for a team to erupt so that they can transform from the ashes?”


Conflict is a hard sell. Unaddressed conflict fractures the ‘WE’ of your team, especially if you as the leader have not provided your team with the skills and support to address it in a healthy way. When conflict shows up it creates discomfort and can break apart relationships and teams


We had the honor of being interviewed with Diane Helbig on her podcast, Accelerate Your Business Growth – Inc. Magazine’s #6 most listened to podcast. Diane is a great host and we had so much fun chatting with her! Listen to learn how to create real, honest conversations in your relationships at work or at home?  We hope you enjoy it!!


You know what I mean, that space or place that supports, inspires, and allows you to step into your courage and heart to go out into the world. 

I, Susan, was invited to share my safe Haven with Laura Munson, NY Times Best Selling author and writing coach. I GOT SELECTED!! WOOHOO!  So my personal writing is PUBLISHED!! Those of you who know me, know this is what I have focused my GET UNSTUCK work on. It worked!

I’m sharing my safe Haven with you to inspire you to find and define your safe Haven!!!


Maureen Anderson, host of Doing What Works -- a nationally-syndicated radio talk show that helps you fix what you don't like about your life. We talk to the experts -- about finding work you love, being healthy, even getting along better with your teenager -- and we share those conversations with you.  Susan had a chance to be on her show.  Check It Out!

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