Here’s a little secret: many, many people find conversation difficult. And the ones that think they find it easy, well – aren’t they the conversationalists who we so often find dull or irritating because they have no sense of self-censorship? … r
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A conversation is not a business meeting at work or with your family. It is a personal or informal talk that takes place in the cafeteria, while in a car on the way to a client presentation or walking on the street on your way to work.
It can make or break a relationship. It can make a career successful. It can make new friends. It can just brighten up another person’s life. It can change the world!
If you value time, aim at productivity and contribution, you would want to maximize your conversation to end up being a meaningful.
Here are 10 ways to make a conversation bring impact to you and others. r
While my family has always encouraged and practiced a healthy amount of honesty, weight is such a sensitive topic that for years I just avoided discussing it.
My biggest issue was not that they over did it on food, but that they gave absolutely no importance to exercise r
Conversational writing causes your brain to wake-up and pay attention. Your brain thinks it’s in a real conversation, even though you’re reading text on a page. If you’re developing learning content, teaching or helping your child study for a test – use a conversation. Your reader’s brain will thank you for it. r