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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Staying Positive During Constructive Criticism

March 28, 2013
Staying Positive During Constructive Criticism

Tweet At some point in your life – – whether it’s at work, school or otherwise – – you will be faced with some form of constructive criticism.  Perhaps it’s during an annual performance review, with a coworker or boss or it could even come in the form of some kind of disciplinary action,...
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Great Customer Service Will Help Set You Apart from the Rest

March 8, 2013
Great Customer Service Will Help Set You Apart from the Rest

Tweet Just about everyone may have their own horror story about their experience at one time or another with a company with terrible customer service.  But, at a time when people are trying to figure out what products and companies are better than others, customer service may go a long way in setting yourself...
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Making Smart Goals in 2013

January 11, 2013
Making Smart Goals in 2013

Tweet We’re now into the second week of 2013.  Do you have any New Year’s Resolutions?  Some people don’t believe in setting resolutions to start off the New Year, because it seems like people never keep their resolutions.  They become more like “wishes” or things that people want to change in their life, but...
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Tips for Your Next Business Presentation

October 26, 2012
Tips for Your Next Business Presentation

Tweet When it comes to tips for giving a successful business presentation, you probably see more tips about the things that you should do to give a good presentation.  You should practice.  You should add a little humor.  You should know your audience.  You should keep your presentation relevant.  But, what about the things...
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7 Tips to Keeping Your Employees Motivated This Summer

July 11, 2012
7 Tips to 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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6 Tips for a Better Working Relationship with Your Boss

July 5, 2012
6 Tips for a Better Working Relationship with Your Boss

Tweet Whether you’re an entry-level employee, manager, supervisor or some level of upper-management, most people will always experience the superior/subordinate type of relationship with someone at the workplace.  For some, this relationship can be enjoyable.  However, for many, it can also be stressful. The good news is that there are some things that you...
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7 Tips for Being a Better Public Speaker

June 28, 2012
7 Tips for Being a Better Public Speaker

Tweet Giving presentations is a big part of the business world and, for some, in their every day lives.  But, why does public speaking come so naturally to some people and others seem to collapse under the pressure?  Some of it has to do with personality and self-confidence.  But a lot of it has...
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Fear Not, Master Public Speaking with Confidence

June 1, 2012
Fear Not, Master Public Speaking with Confidence

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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Tips on Taking Care of Priority #1: YOU!

May 25, 2012

Tweet “Leave your personal life at the door.”  This is a common saying in the workplace, but it’s just not natural and there’s no human being in the world that is capable of completely leaving 100% of everything personal “at the door”.  In fact, things about your personal life that form who you are...
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Become a Pro at Managing Workplace Stress

May 18, 2012

Tweet It’s a fact of life that the workplace is going to be a place that involves and creates stress at some point or another.  From basic human interactions that can lead to conflicts, office politics, criticisms, pressures to perform, pressures to sell and make money, pressures to balance numerous priorities and deadlines.  Whatever...
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