How to dog-train people

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Having a bad day on the job?

Ever had a friend who complains about their terrible boss? Are they the type of boss who seems to only come over to them when he or she is upset about something? Do they like to snap off orders in that not-so-nice way? There might be something that can be done to help keep the peace and at least make your interactions a little more pleasant–with a bit of dog-training philosophy applied, of course.

Curious about how to train your boss to be less cranky?
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“Hold up, did I read that right? Using dog training on people? You’ve got to be nuts.”

Okay, so this definitely isn’t the first time I’ve heard this, and it probably won’t be the last, but what you may not realize is many of the things people do are not automatically ingrained into their system.
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